BINGHAMTON, New York — Sunday’s Eastern League baseball game between the Portland Sea Dogs and Binghamton Mets was cancelled on Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium due to rain.

Since the two teams don’t meet again this season, the game will not be made up.

On Saturday night, the Sea Dogs scored in the first six innings en route to a 10-8 win over the Mets

Portland’s Ben Taylor notched his fifth save after working out of a jam of two runners on with no outs.

Taylor Grover (2-3) worked three innings on three hits, two runs to earn the win for Portland. Binghamton starter Tyler Herron (2-6) gave up six runs over three innings and took the loss.

Cody Decker’s RBI single in the sixth proved to be the game-winning hit. Mauricio Dubon went 4-for-5 and tied a team-high with four runs scored.

Binghamton took a 3-2 lead in the first inning and scored five runs (four earned) off Portland starter Keith Couch. The Sea Dogs tied the game at three in the second, but the Mets received a pair of RBIs from Ahmed Rosario and Dominic Smith to lead 5-3 after two.

In the third, Rainel Rosario put the Sea Dogs in front with a two-run triple and Danny Bethea delivered a sacrifice fly, giving Portland a 6-5 lead. Portland added single runs during innings four through six and added a run in the eighth. Cole Sturgeon went 3-for-4 with an RBI single and two runs scored.

Binghamton’s Xorge Carillo went 4-for-4 with a double and two runs scored. Victor Cruzado, Phillip Evans and Matt Oberste each had two RBIs.