You can talk about player development all you want, but here in Brooklyn, Cyclones fans are hungry for a winner. … 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

Stickball documentary to screen this weekend at MCU Park

“When Broomsticks Were King,” a documentary by Jay Cusato, celebrates the beloved longstanding Brooklyn sport that is still played today. It will be screened during Old Timers Day at MCU Park in Coney Island on Sunday, July 10, with gates opening at 11:30 a.m. … Full Article

Cyclones get it ‘Dunn’ behind first-rounder

As far as professional debuts go, Justin Dunn’s featured a little bit of everything. … Full Article

Cyclones continue to get ‘extra’ work in

There has been nothing even remotely short about the Cyclones’ Class A Short-Season schedule this summer. … Full Article

Reyes gone, but Cyclones back on track

Jose Reyes went zero-for-Brooklyn during his brief minor league stint in our fair borough, but the Cyclones appear to have finally hit their stride. … Full Article

Jose Reyes, playing for Brooklyn Cyclones, cheered in 1st minor league game since rejoining Mets

Jose Reyes was a big hit with fans in his return to New York. The longtime Mets star received a warm welcome from the crowd and played errorless defense at a new position Sunday in his first minor league game since rejoining the organization. … Full Article

Cyclones come up short in comeback bid

The Connecticut Tigers seemed willing to give the Cyclones several chances at what would have been a miraculous comeback win Wednesday night in front of 4,107 fans at Thomas J. Dodd Memorial Stadium. … Full Article

Brooklyn bounces back vs. Tri-City

For just the second time in the first five games of their Sweet 16 season on Coney Island, the Brooklyn Cyclones played nine innings Tuesday night, picking up their second win of the young campaign by rallying for an 8-3 triumph over the visiting Tri-City ValleyCats in front of 5,865 fans a … Full Article


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