Chace Numata hit his first home run of the season on a line-drive to right field.
"I still feel like I'm dreaming. I don't really hit home runs." said Numata after the game, "But I got a good pitch to hit and I made good contact."
The homer came with two outs in the sixth inning and Williamsport as a team went 6-for-15 (.375) with two outs and scored all but one run in two-out situations.
"It was great the bats came through," Numata added, "Let's just hope we can keep it up."
Ulises Joaquin made his first start since a ruptured appendix had relegated him to the shelf and then the bullpen over the last month.
He came back a new man.
Joaquin allowed just three hits in five scoreless innings, and may have been able to go longer had his max pitch count been higher.
Gustavo Gonzalez hit a two-run single in the second inning to open the scoring, but things really got interesting in the fourth inning. Yan Carlos Olmo injured himself legging out a leadoff triple. Already short Roman Quinn and Larry Greene on the bench, Andy Tracy had to go with backup catcher Kevin Quaranto to replace Olmo in the outfield. Walding would hit a sac fly to score Quaranto and give the Cutters a 3-0 lead.
Cameron Perkins added a couple of two-out RBI-doubles to continue his hot streak as of late. Perkins gave Williamsport a 4-0 lead on a double to the wall in left. He upped the lead to 6-0 on a line-drive into the gap in left-center.
Steven Inch and Luis Gonzalez brought the game home with four combined scoreless innings of relief.
Luis DeJesus had not allowed more than two runs in a start all season, but gave up four to the Cutters and got his first loss.
Williamsport improves to 4-4 in August and to 17-33 on the season.
Williamsport starts a two-game series with Jamestown on Thursday. First pitch against the Jammers is at 7:05. Every Cutters game can be heard on ESPN Radio 104.1 FM, ESPN 1050 AM, or online at crosscutters.com.
Cutters Carvings: Larry Greene (hamstring) and Roman Quinn (illness) were scratches and had only two reserve players available... Chris Serritella and Quinn were named NYPL All-Stars before the game... The Cutters have hit four home runs in five games after going 13 games without a long ball... Mitch Walding had his third sacrifice in two games... Only two players in the Cutters order were hitting .250 or above to start the game... The Cutters only have two healthy outfielders left on the roster