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Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008

The Oisk wins again

Play’s the Thing: Our columnist at Carl Erskine Day at Keyspan Park. Comments (1)

Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2008

From booth to field

Ups & Downs: It may be the New York-Penn League All-Star break, but that doesn’t mean The Brooklyn Paper’s “Eye of the Storm” coverage is taking a break. Here, Ed Shakespeare tells us about how the Cyclones’ video booth operator ended up as a fill-in umpire — and how the Cyclones ended up winning! Just a coincidence? Actually, yes! Comment

Monday, Aug. 18, 2008

Cyclones: The Cyclones came back to snatch a victory away from the Tri City Valley Cats, a win that kept them in the hunt for a wild-card berth. Comment

Brooklyn prospect skips Brooklyn

Ups & Downs: A story about a great Mets prospect from Brooklyn who, so far, has not played for Brooklyn! Comment

Friday, Aug. 15, 2008

Clones take series — but gain no ground

Cyclones: Another Cyclone win coupled with another Staten Island Yankee win means the Brooks remain four games back. Comment

Cyclones send three to All-Star game!

Ups & Downs: Three Cyclones — the righty pitchers Brad Holt, Yury Santana and Chris Schwinden — went to the New York–Penn League All-Star team on Tuesday night. Comment

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