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Scoreboard

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

Upcoming

Sun, Jul. 22, 1:00pm
vs. Lowell
Tue, Jul. 24, 7:05pm
at Mahoning Valley
Wed, Jul. 25, 7:05pm
at Mahoning Valley
Thu, Jul. 26, 7:05pm
at Mahoning Valley
Fri, Jul. 27, 7:05pm
at West Virginia
See the complete schedule

Standings

ClubWLGB
Hudson Valley2312-
Brooklyn20163.5
Staten Island19164.0
Aberdeen13219.5

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

Saturday, Sept. 15, 2007

Clones spank Yanks: Finals next

Clones spank Yanks: Finals next

Cyclones: The Cyclones win! The Cyclones win! Comment

Prayer: Owen’s a meanie

Cyclones: Dylan Owen has easily been the Cyclones best pitcher this season, finishing the regular season with nine wins and a stellar 1.49 ERA, both tops in the New York–Penn League. Not bad for a guy who was expected to be the team’s mop-up man in the bullpen before the season started. Comment

Fog rolls in, Cyclones roll on

Cyclones: An inside look at how the Cyclones beat the fog — and the Yankees. Comment

Clone star’s mom loves Paper’s Triple-Threat

Letters: Letters about Ed Shakespeare’s coverage of the Cyclones; the Arabic language and culture school, Khalil Gibran International Academy; racism at the McCarren Park pool; the redevelopment of Duffield Street; the state of repair — or disrepair — of the Coney Island Boardwalk; a plea to retain an artist’s Borough Hall project; redevelopment of Coney Island; and one woman’s particular love for “Alex.” Comment

Yanks skipper roots for our Duda

Cyclones: The inside story of Cyclone star Lucas Duda and his mentor — the Staten Island Yankees’ manager Mike Gillespie. Comment

Another attendance record

Cyclones: The Cyclones broke their own New York–Penn League single-game attendance record by drawing 9,959 fans on Sept. 1 against Staten Island — and then broke the 10,000-fan mark for the first time at the season finale on Sept. 7. Comment

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