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

Thursday, Sept. 4, 2008

Big win — and the Cyclones remain in the lead!

Cyclones: Another victory — the team’s 10th in its last 11 games — keeps the Cyclones one-half game ahead of their wild card rivals. Comment

Cyclone surge!

Cyclones: If the Cyclones do make the playoffs, they owe it all to an end-of-season surge that may be the team’s best extended string in its history. Comment

Flores is the new “Kid”

Ups & Downs: Meet Wilmer Flores, the youngest Cyclone ever. Comment

It’s been a revolving door at short

Ups & Downs: Reese Havens, a Mets’ first round draft pick this year, was supposed to be Brooklyn’s regular shortstop this season. Comment

It’s down to the wire

Play’s the Thing: The Cyclones make their push for the playoffs. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008

Cyclones playoff tickets (yes, playoff tickets!) go on sale!

Cyclones: The Cyclones are going to make the playoffs (ya gotta believe, right?), so the team will begin selling post-season tickets on Thursday morning at 10 am. Comment

Streak ends! And Cyclones miss big chance to lock up the wild card

Cyclones: The Cyclones lost last night, ending a nine-game winning streak and losing a chance to take a commanding lead in the race for the only wild-card slot. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2008

Surging Cyclones take lead for final playoff spot! Team has won nine in row

Cyclones: The Brooklyn Cyclones — once written off for dead — have turned their season around and now lead in the race for the league’s lone wild-card spot with just five games to go. The Cyclones won their ninth game in a row last night. Comment

Sunday, Aug. 31, 2008

Big weekend for Clones! They’re just one game out

Cyclones: It was a huge weekend for the once-languishing Cyclones, as the team won all three of its games to move just one game behind in the race for the New York-Penn League’s lone wild-card berth. The three-game sweep raised the Cyclones win streak to eight games and put the squad three games back of the hated Staten Island Yankees. Comment

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