The Sydney Blue Sox should be at concert pitch for their opening match of the Australian Baseball League season in Canberra on Friday night.
They tuned up with a three-game series against a Team Australia representative squad at Blacktown International Sportspark on the weekend.
The visitors won the series 2-1 but Sydney manager Jason Pospishil knows his Blacktown-based team have more to do.
The Blue Sox broke a late tie to defeat Team Australia 3-2 in the final game on Sunday afternoon.
In the seventh inning, US import JD Williams used his speed as he doubled, stole third base and advanced to score on an error, breaking a 2-2 tie.
Harris was the starting pitcher for the Blue Sox, tossing five innings and allowing no runs on three hits.
Team Australia had won a walk-off 4-3 on Saturday night and the first game 5-3 on Friday night.
Top year for Jayme
Jayme Richardson-Paris is in line to cap her most remarkable year after earning a nomination for next month's NSW Institute of Sport Awards.
The Quakers Hill cyclist won a bronze medal at the London Paralympics and has been nominated for the Ian Thorpe OAM outstanding achievement award.