Tue, Jul. 17
at Tri-City
W 5–0
Recap: Strong pitching stops Valley Cats
Mon, Jul. 16
vs. Williamsport
L 2–4
Recap: ‘Laid back’ Cyclones fall to Crosscutters, fail to sweep
Sun, Jul. 15
vs. Williamsport
W 6–2
Recap: Clones top Crosscutters
Sat, Jul. 14
vs. Williamsport
W 5–3
Recap: Vargas delivers as Cyclones win again
Fri, Jul. 13
at Aberdeen IronBirds
W 3–2
Recap: Cyclones squeak one out in the ninth


Wed, Jul. 18, 7:00pm
at Tri-City
Thu, Jul. 19, 7:00pm
at Tri-City
Fri, Jul. 20, 6:40pm
vs. Lowell
Sat, Jul. 21, 6:00pm
vs. Lowell
Sun, Jul. 22, 1:00pm
vs. Lowell
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Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2007

Cyclones take playoff series from Yanks; finals next

Cyclones: The Brooklyn Cyclones swept aside their hated rivals, the reigning champion Staten Island Yankees, in the opening round of the New York–Penn League playoffs with a spirited 3–1 victory on Monday night at Keyspan Park. Comment

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007

Jacobs leads at plate, in clubhouse

Cyclones: Catcher Jason Jacobs is having what may be the best offensive year in Cyclones history — but he doesn’t only lead in the statistical categories. He leads on the field, too. Comment

Pitching should lift Clones

Play’s the Thing: The Bard of Brooklyn baseball sizes up the coming playoff clash between the Cyclones and the Staten Island Yankees. Good news: He’s predicting a win! Comments (1)

Paper Exclusive: Ketchup speaks!

Cyclones: One of the three racing hot dogs who race from the left-field wall to home plate after the top of fifth inning says he still has a shot to win it all. Comment

Clone set to dance

Cyclones: Cyclones infielder Joaquin Rodriguez hasn’t had the easiest time of it at first base this season, so he’s doing what any committed professional would do to improve himself: he’s taking dancing lessons. Comment

Yanks throw at our leader

Cyclones: How intense is the rivalry between the Staten Island Yankees and the Brooklyn Cyclones? A near-beaning of a Cyclone player is the latest evidence. Comment

Cyclones hold on to first place

Cyclones: The Cyclones are sputtering towards the New York–Penn League playoffs, ending the week with a razor-thin lead over the second-place (and defending champion) Staten Island Yankees, but the Clones did lock up a playoff berth — and a Yankees-Cyclones first-round battle appears likely as we went to press. Comment

Dad glad with a dinger

Cyclones: Matt Bouchard hit his first professional home run with his mother and father in attendance. And it was his dad’s birthday. Comment

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