Back on a roll — Cyclones win!

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Cyclones 7
Renegades 3

Tuesday, June 23, at Keyspan Park

Starter Brandon Moore was untouchable, pitching seven strong, four-hit shutout innings on “Baracklyn Cyclones” night at Keyspan Park.

The first 2,500 fans got President Obama bobblehead dolls (pictured), but everyone got to enjoy a laugher over the tough Hudson Valley Renegades.

The Clones got on the board in the bottom of first on a bases-loaded walk to Ralph Henriquez and a subsequent single by Luis Rivera.

The home team added another run in the second on a Matt Bouchard sac fly.

In the fifth, the Brooks put it out of reach thanks to a two-run double by Alexander Gregory and a two-out RBI single by hot-hitting John Servidio.

Juan Centano knocked in the final run in the seventh on a single.

All three Renegade runs were yielded by Cyclone reliever Wesley Wrenn.

The win put the Cyclones back on top of the McNamara Division by one game over Aberdeen and Hudson Valley. The Yankees are two games back.

Updated 5:13 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Tom Paine from America says:
As somebody who canceled their ticket plan because of the decision to make this a partisan event (Barack on the uniform during the game, people named McCain or Palin banished to free seats in the bleachers, Joe the Plumber mocked, band-aids for "universal healthcare), I hope the Cyclones lose every one of their remaining games. It was an inappropriate use of the ballclub and its players to promote a particular elected official.
June 24, 2009, 12:20 pm

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