The New Hampshire Fisher Cats were held to two hits in a 2-0 loss to the Portland Sea Dogs in Eastern League play on Saturday night in Portland, Maine.

The Fisher Cats finish the season with 1 p.m. games Sunday and Monday in Portland.

Sea Dogs starter Bryan Mata (4-6) held the Fisher Cats to one hit, a Logan Warmoth single in the first inning, in his seven innings of work. He struck out nine and walked five. Durbin Feltman pitched two innings for his fifth save.

The Fisher Cats also held Portland to three hits. Joey Murray (2-4) was the hard-luck losing pitcher, allowing three hits and two earned runs in seven innings. He walked three and struck out eight.

Portland scored a run in the first on a Tommy Joseph sacrifice fly, scoring Jarren Duran, and in the second on Nick Lovullo's RBI single, scoring Brett Netzer.