Oneonta capped the scoring in the ninth inning, when Pindar walked and scored on Jake Levine's triple.
The Outlaws (1-1) will travel to play the Syracuse Salt Cats at 5 p.m. today.
Former Outlaws drafted
Two former members of the Oneonta Outlaws were picked by the Boston Red Sox during the final day of the Major League Baseball draft Saturday.
The Red Sox selected shortstop Carlos Asuaje in the 11th round (323rd overall) and right-handed pitcher Joe Gunkel in the 18th round (533rd overall).
Nova Southeastern University junior Asuaje and West Chester University junior Gunkel played for the Outlaws during their New York Collegiate Baseball League championship season in 2011. Their selections give the Outlaws three draft picks this year as Omar Garcia, a Miami Dade Community College outfielder who played for Oneonta in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League last season, went in the seventh round (212th overall) to the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday.
Cooperstown 9, Amsterdam 3
Leadoff hitter Brendan O'Reily went 4-for-5 and scored twice to lead the Cooperstown Hawkeyes to a Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League victory Sunday at Doubleday Field.
Ryan Hanahan, Cameron Day and Matt Feldt had two hits apiece for the Hawkeyes, who improved to 2-0.
Hanahan's double off the fence in left in the sixth inning gave Cooperstown a 4-3 lead.
Reliever Luke Mould earned the victory. He threw three innings of scoreless ball with four strikeouts.
The Hawkeyes, whose game Saturday at Newark was postponed by rain, will travel to Elmira at 5 p.m. today.