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Eye of the Storm: The World’s Best Coverage of the Brooklyn Cyclones

Monday, July 1, 2002

Name  that Clone

Cyclones: Readers of the New Yorker are accustomed to erudite themes being depicted on the magazine’s often esoteric cover. The War on Terror heats up in Afghanistan? The New Yorker has ballet dancers on the front page. The president gets impeached? The New Yorker cover depicts two ducks flying over Central Park. Wildfires in Arizona? The immortal visage of monocle-wearer Eustace Tilly greets readers that week. Comment

For Harper, the eyes have it

Cyclones: Third baseman Brett Harper denies that he’s trying to start a fashion trend, but the hot-hitting Arizonan is never — no, really, NEVER — seen without two black patches under his eyes. Comment

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