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Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016

Bullpen blunders: Late miscues on mound lead Cyclones to loss

The Ride: Brooklyn’s bullpen struggled down the stretch on Wednesday night, giving up four runs in the final two innings, as the Clones fell to Mahoning Valley at MCU Park. Comment

Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016

Dramatic return: Brooklyn notches comeback victory to snap four-game skid

The Ride: The Cyclones needed 11 innings, but the squad kept things exciting as Anthony Dimino connected on the game-winning hit at MCU Park, grabbing a much-needed win after six straight games on the road. Comment

Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016

Spin cycle: Cyclones can’t do anything right in lopsided Lowell finale

The Ride: Brooklyn committed a season-worst six errors and used a whopping six pitchers on Monday night, falling to the Spinners in the series finale. Comment

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Monday, Aug. 22, 2016

Mistakes cost Cyclones in third straight loss

The Ride: Brooklyn committed four errors and starting pitcher Gabriel Llanes allowed nine runs as the Cyclones dropped a third straight game with a loss in Lowell on Sunday night. Comments (1)

Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016

Brooklyn bats can’t connect, drop second straight

The Ride: The Cyclones gave up 10 hits, but couldn’t muster much offense on Saturday night, losing the series-opening matchup in Lowell. Comment

Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016

Cyclones drop rubber match as offense sputters

The Ride: Brooklyn connected on just four hits and scored just one run, dropping the series finale against the hated State Island Yankees on Friday night. Comment

Friday, Aug. 19, 2016

Cyclones rally late, take down Yankees for road win

The Ride: Brooklyn gave up five runs early on Thursday night, but rallied down the stretch and used a three-run eighth inning to take down the evil empire of the New York-Penn League. Comment

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