BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — Luis Martinez hit a two-run homer to lift the Portland Sea Dogs to a 4-1 win over the Binghamton Mets on Monday at NYSEG Stadium.

Martinez hit a shot over the left-field fence for his first home run of the season in the fourth inning. Reed Gragnani, who led off the inning with a single, scored on the homer.

Jonathan Roof also scored in the fourth inning, when the Sea Dogs scored three times to take a three-run lead.

Portland took a 1-0 lead in the first when Oscar Tejeda broke early for second base and Mets starting pitcher John Gant threw the ball into center field, allowing Jantzen Witte to score from third.

Portland (10-14) has now scored first in the first four games of the trip, but Manager Billy McMillon did not attribute that to its success.

“I think we’re just trying to string together a few consecutive good at-bats,” said McMillon. “I don’t think it’s a goal for us to score first, it just happened.”

Binghamton (14-10) tied the game in the third when Jayce Boyd beat out a potential double play, allowing Brandon Nimmo to score.

Sea Dog starting pitcher Mike Augliera could not escape the third unscathed, but he was able to limit the damage.

“They’re a good team and they have a good lineup,” said Augliera. “When a guy gets on base, I know the next one is going to be a good hitter, so I just took a deep breath and locked in on the next hitter.”

Augliera picked up his first win of the season, as well as his first career victory against Binghamton. Last week, he allowed seven runs, all earned, in just under 32/3 innings against the Mets at Hadlock Field.

“I had better command of all of my pitches this time,” said Augliera. “I was throwing more competitive strikes down in the zone.”

Augliera allowed six hits and one run in five innings before giving way to the bullpen. Kyle Kraus worked his way out of a jam in the sixth inning, then worked a scoreless seventh inning. Kyle Martin earned the save, allowing three hits in two scoreless innings.

“It’s not just the bullpen, everyone is starting to come into their own,” said McMillon. “It’s nice to see everyone responding, particularly the bullpen, they’ve been really solid the last three or four games and hopefully we can continue that moving forward.”

Monday was Augliera’s third start in Binghamton since he pitched at Binghamton University, where he holds the school record for wins (23).

He allowed 11 runs (8 earned) in two starts at Binghamton last season.

On Monday, his effort propelled Portland to its third win in four games on its current seven-game trip.