‘Party Marty’ out?

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The Brooklyn Cyclones human mascot Marty “Party Marty” Haber, a Clones account executive who entertains fans at most home game, may be on the outs.

Haber was not performing during Wednesday’s double-header at Keyspan Park. While it’s not unusual for Haber to miss a day game, he usually performs at night games.

Rumors were circulating that Haber’s performance Tuesday night — when he allegedly tackled a fellow performer during the Nathan’s Hot Dog Race — may have be the reason he didn’t appear.

Brooklyn Cyclones Media Relations Manager Dave Campanaro wouldn’t comment on Haber’s status as “Party Marty,” but said Haber was still employed by the Cyclones in other capacities.

September 1 , 2003 issue  

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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