The floodgates cut loose, however, in the fifth after a double and a single sandwiched a hit batsman. A Cline double, a hit batsman, an Antonio Brown single, a sacrifice fly by Austin Santrock, a Trevor Sampson single and another hit batsman ended Wong's night on the mound.
An error on a made-to-order double play grounder to shortstop Robbie Mounts was followed by a Jobst two-run single and the hosts held the lead.
"We lost our composure," GW Coach Chad Campbell said. "That's been the story the first two games against these guys. We give them a big inning.
"We get up 4-0 and you don't do anything else. We had one hit off that kid (Marler). We were putting the ball in play and they were making plays."
Jobst's big hit more than made up for a rocky start on the mound. A .242 hitter, Jobst had a pair of singles.
The game-winner came on the at bat in which Samms considered signaling a squeeze bunt for his No. 8 batter.
"He gave me a hit and run and I had to put the ball in play," Jobst said. "Lucky enough it went right down the line and got through there."
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