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

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Suspended for steroidsAt Coney, Pitcher Tim Haines banned from playing until next year

Cyclones: A relief pitcher for the Brooklyn Cyclones —once one of the team’s public faces — has been suspended for 50 games for steroid use. Comment

Clones stopper turns to video games

Cyclones: Who says video games are bad for you? Cyclones closer Joe Smith — who has been virtually unhittable — honed his skills by playing Nintendo. Comment

The longest game ever!At Coney, Cyclones lose 26-inning war of attrition

Cyclones: The Cyclones played the longest game in New York–Penn League history on July 20 — and lost it by giving up five runs in the 26th inning after bringing in an outfielder to pitch. Comment

Buck O’Neil is in my own Hall of Fame

Play’s the Thing: Buck O’Neil is in a special Hall of Fame. But it’s not the one in Cooperstown. Born in 1911 — he’s almost 95 years old — he came to Keyspan Park on Tuesday where the Cyclones were set to play the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. Comment

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