You can’t win them all — Cyclones lose to Renegades, 3–2

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Renegades 3
Cyclones 2

Monday, June 22, at Hudson Valley

The Cyclones two-game winning streak ended with the team’s first loss of the season, a 3–2 loss to Hudson Valley that was over pretty much before it started.

The pesky Renegades got on the board with two runs in the home first of starter and loser Angel Cuan. The big blow was an RBI single by Burt Reynolds (seriously), who later scored on a groundout.

Hudson Valley added a run in the fourth on a sacrifice bunt, and Renegade pitching silenced Cyclone bats until the eighth inning, when John Servidio walked and scored on Matt Bouchard’s double. Bouchard later scored on a Sam Honeck single, but that was all she wrote for the Clones.

The loss dropped Brooklyn into a three-way tie for first place.

Updated 5:13 pm, July 9, 2018
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