Oneonta's Kevin Gsell, Reilly Hall and Mike Cassaleggio each had two hits but the Outlaws fell to the Utica Blue Sox, 7-3, on Sunday.
Gsell finished 2-for-4 at the plate, bringing his season batting average to .259. Cassaleggio also finished with two hits in four at-bats.
Hall hit 2 for 3 with a run, a RBI and walk in the loss.
After falling behind, 2-0, in the second inning, Oneonta got two runs of its own in the bottom half of the third.
Ben Bianco led off the inning with a double and scored when Hall hit a single off Utica's Mike McCully.
A Cassaleggio single advanced Hall to third, and Hall scored when the next batter, John Rhodes, grounded into a double play.
Utica responded with three runs of its own in the fourth. Oneonta got a run when Baylin Moore hit a sacrifice fly that scored Tim Buchek, but thats all the offense the Outlaws could put together.
Rhodes and Bianco each finished with one hit in the loss.
Five different Utica batters had two hits, including Tyler Simon's 2-for-3 effort that saw him knock a run in and score two more.
Johnstown native Ben Wager got the start on the mound for Oneonta. He allowed eight hits, five runs and struck out one in four innings of work. He was relieved by Ryan Mostoller in the fifth.
Oneonta (7-16) is in last place in the East Division. The Outlaws travel to Elmira (8-15), which sits in last place in the West Division, on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m.