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Brooklyn245222.5
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Eye of the Storm: The World’s Best Coverage of the Brooklyn Cyclones

Thursday, Aug. 14, 2008

Cyclone loss drops team further back

Cyclones: The Cyclones were asleep on their bats on Wednesday night. Comment

Who’s not on first (second or third)?

Play’s the Thing: Our Bard explains why the Cyclones are in second place: injuries! Comment

Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008

Cyclones surge continues with 6–2 win

Cyclones: The Cyclones got great hitting, better pitching — and three errors by the Auburn Doubledays in their 6–2 win on Tuesday night. Comment

Call it ‘Brooklyn South’

Ups & Downs: The Savannah Sand Gnats had completed a 16-hour bus trip from Georgia to Lakewood, N.J., arriving at 2 am, but when they began play at FirstEnergy Park on Monday evening, Aug. 11, to defeat the Lakewood Blue Claws, 7-2, there was a little bit of Brooklyn waiting for them. Comment

Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2008

Cyclones win the rubber game

Cyclones: Needing a win to keep pace with the first-place Yankees, the Cyclones got great pitching from Pedro “No Relation” Martinez. Comment

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A hitters dozen at Ladies’ Day clinic

Ups & Downs: Twelve women attended the Cyclones’ fifth annual “Ladies’ Clinic” at Keyspan Park on Sunday, a tutorial run by Cyclones’ director of communications Dave Campanaro, and Brooklyn pitchers Scott Shaw and Chris Schwinden. Comment

Monday, Aug. 11, 2008

Not a total loss for scrappy Cyclones

Cyclones: Two out of three ain’t bad — especially when one is a bottom-of-the-10th win. Comment

Friday, Aug. 8, 2008

Clones one-hit Lowell

Cyclones: The Cyclones traveled to Taxachussetts to take on the Lowell Spinners — and the weaving industry-inspired team was punchless all night, getting only one hit and falling 2–0. Comment

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