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Creepy! Cyclones lose to Lake Monsters

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Lake Monsters 6
Cyclones 1

July 22 at Keyspan Park

One day after the Cyclones won an emotional victory over the first-place Staten Island Yankees, the letdown began.

The Vermont Lake Monsters — who lead their division in the New York-Penn League — chased Cyclone starter Jeff Kaplan (1-1) after just two innings, tagging him for three runs that set the pace for another disappointing loss for the 15-19 last-place Brooklynites.

By the time the Monsters added three in the fifth off reliever Tim Stronach, this game became a joke at the Cyclones’ expense.

The only Cyclone run came in the eighth — on a walk. The team only got six hits on the night, two of them by blazing hot DH Jordan Abruzzo, whose batting average is now .333. John Servidio also had two hits.

Updated 5:07 pm, July 9, 2018
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