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

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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.

Just one month ago, the Cyclones were the Keyspan Kops, mired in last place and looking like they couldn’t sustain a rally, let alone a playoff run.

But the team has turned it around, going 9–1 over its last 10 games and now holds a one-half game lead for the New York-Penn League’s sole wildcard slot, with just four games to play.

And if the Clones manage to close a three-game gap with the hated Staten Island Yankees, Brooklyn would take the McNamara Division thanks to an 8–6 edge in the season series.

Follow BrooklynPaper.com for daily updates on this exciting race. The playoffs begin on Monday, Sept. 8, and if the Cyclones make it as a wild card team, Game 1 would be at Keyspan Park.

To order tickets, visit BrooklynCyclones.com, call (718) 507-TIXX or head to Keyspan Park (Surf Avenue at West 19th Street in Coney Island) after 10 am on Sept. 4. Tickets range in price from $7–$14 and go on sale before the regular season is concluded, so if the Cyclones collapse in their final week, purchases will be automatically refunded.

Updated 5:08 pm, July 9, 2018
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