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

Saturday, Aug. 27, 2005


Cyclones: Fireworks lit up the sky in streams of red, white and blue and balloons were let fly into the twilight as the final verse of “The Star Spangled Banner” was sung at Keyspan Park Tuesday night, kicking off the first professional all-star baseball game in Brooklyn since 1949. Comment

A ‘Nac’  for homers

Cyclones: Ivan Naccarata, nick-named “Nac,” has a knack of his own — hitting home runs to right field. Comment

Fusselle keeps ‘head’ in the game

Play’s the Thing: There were 2,501 Warner Fusselles at Keyspan Park on Sunday — two in the Catbird Seat and the remainder distributed about the yard, from the left field corner, to behind home plate, and on out to the bleachers. Comment

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