Wally Backman was, has been, and likely always will be an enigmatic sort. Enigmatic and, at times, extremely entertaining as well. … Full Article

It’s heartbreak bridge in Staten Island for Cyclones

It was the type of unexpected, desperation ninth-inning rally that can spark a team toward a successful playoff drive. … Full Article

Time for Cyclones to make their move

The Brooklyn Cyclones spent most of their first dozen seasons on Coney Island seriously competing for New York-Penn League titles, one of which they grabbed during their magical inaugural campaign on Coney Island back in 2001. … Full Article

Red-Hot Cyclones catch an untimely ‘break’

Former Brooklyn Cyclones manager Rich Donnelly didn’t care very much for All-Star games, especially when they came in the midst of a hot streak for his Baby Bums. … Full Article

Brooklyn ace Gonzalez in a league of his own

All-Star hurler Harol Gonzalez is simply too good for Brooklyn, and the rest of the New York-Penn League for that matter. … Full Article

All-Stars drive Cyclones past Tri-City

Like an early evening thunder shower that breaks the oppressive humidity, albeit temporarily, the Brooklyn Cyclones’ previously anemic offense finally rained down on an opponent Monday night at Tri-City. … Full Article

Alonso powers Cyclones closer to first

The year was 2005, and Tom Gamboa, then only in his third decade of Major League-affiliated baseball, was managing the Arkansas Travelers of the Double-A Texas League for the Los Angeles Angels. … Full Article

Brooklyn bats continue summer slumber

Much like their Major League brethren, the Brooklyn Cyclones can’t hit a lick when it matters most thus far this summer. … Full Article

Cyclones sweep back into contention

The suddenly surging Brooklyn Cyclones went into Wednesday’s league-wide day off in high spirits after completing a doubleheader sweep of the arch rival Staten Island Yankees at MCU Park on Tuesday in front of 5,720 fans, who braved the sweltering conditions in Coney Island. … Full Article

Manoah helps Cyclones end four-game skid

Erik Manoah continued his mound maturity Monday afternoon, helping the Cyclones end a four-game losing streak by tossing five strong innings in Brooklyn’s 6-3 victory at Hudson Valley in front of 4,357 fans at Dutchess Stadium. … Full Article

Woodmansee is Brooklyn’s ‘hitting machine’

Brooklyn Cyclones manager Tom Gamboa has been around Major League-affiliated baseball for more than four decades. That’s why his word counts for a lot, maybe a lot more than others, when it comes to weighing in on a young ballplayer’s potential. … Full Article


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