The numbers remain staggering, and somewhat embarrassing. … Full Article

Lumber slumber killing Cyclones’ chances

The numbers remain staggering, and somewhat embarrassing. … Full Article

Canelon keeps Cyclones within striking distance

Kevin Canelon flirted with perfection before settling for the most dominant effort by any Brooklyn Cyclones pitcher this summer. That’s saying something considering how strong the Baby Bums’ entire staff has been throughout the grueling short-season campaign. … Full Article

Badamo shines, but Brooklyn Cyclones blow late lead

Having won four of their previous five games, the Brooklyn Cyclones appeared poised to make another run at the first-place Staten Island Yankees in the McNamara Division race Monday night.  … Full Article

Gamboa, Cyclones refuse to go quietly

Tom Gamboa had seen enough. Enough losing, enough poor defense, enough struggling at the plate with runners in scoring position, and perhaps most importantly, enough poor umpiring. … Full Article

Almonte, Palsha shine in All-Star roles

Gaby Almonte didn’t get to start and Alex Palsha wasn’t permitted the opportunity to finish. … Full Article

Cyclones' playoff hopes fading fast

It's becoming more and more evident that the Brooklyn Cyclones must finish the season as furiously as they began it to have a chance to win the McNamara Division, and avert a third consecutive non-playoff campaign on Coney Island. … Full Article

Cyclones fail to complete Staten Island sweep

Playing their first home game in nine days, the Brooklyn Cyclones appeared fit and ready to complete a three-game sweep of first-place Staten Island and launch themselves back into the top spot in the tightly packed McNamara Division. … Full Article

Cyclones All-Star Almonte dominates Yankees

Two days after being named a New York-Penn League All-Star, Brooklyn Cyclones right-hander Gaby Almonte pitched up to the midseason accolade, dominating the Staten Island Yankees Monday night en route to a 7-0 victory at Richmond County Bank Ballpark. … Full Article

Almonte hammered as Cyclones' dive continues

Sending your staff ace to the mound during a serious swoon is supposed to provide some relief for a struggling ball club. Not in the case of the slumping Brooklyn Cyclones.  … Full Article

Cyclones slide into second place behind Staten Island

For the first time in over a month, the Brooklyn Cyclones are looking up in the standings. Making matters worse, the arch-rival Staten Island Yankees are now the team to beat in the McNamara Division. … Full Article


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