Cleveland Indians DH Travis Hafner clubbed his third home run of the season on Sunday.
The Sykeston, N.D., native has three long balls in just 20 at bats and is hitting .300 after one week for the Tribe.
Hafner had just five home runs in 57 games game last season, while fighting a shoulder surgery.
The Indians got their first win on Sunday. They open a series in Kansas City tonight.
Jamestown College and Minot State split for the second straight day on Saturday in Glendive, Mont.
The Beavers rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh inning to erase a 7-5 deficit and held on to win 9-8.
The Jimmies bounced back to win the second game 11-1 in five innings, highlighted by a seven-run third inning.
Jordan Dusanj homered in both games for the Jimmies, driving in four runs on the day.
Jeremy Newman continued to swing a hot bat for JC, going 5-for-8 in the doubleheader, including his team-leading fifth home run in the first game.
Miles Johnson also hit his fifth home run in the 11-1 victory, a solo shot.
Ryan Lucero alowed just one run on five hits for his first win as a Jimmie.
The two teams went 2-2 in their four games against each in Glendive. The Jimmies beat Valley City State on Thursday and are 3-2 in DAC play and 14-4 overall.
JC is scheduled to play Valley City State on Tuesday in Crookston, Minn. Monday’s non-conference games against Valley City State and Wednesday’s non-conference doubleheader with Dickinson State have been cancelled.