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Cyclones 5
Tigers 0 (Game 1)

Saturday, Aug. 29 at Oneonta

They finally got a game in up in Oneonta, but Game 2 of this schedule doubleheader was rained out.

The good news is that Cyclones had an easy time of it, getting the game-wining run in the fourth on consecutive singles by Dock Doyle and Richard Lucas, later followed by an Alex Gregory SAC fly.

If that wasn’t enough, the Clones added four runs in the sixth, thanks to a Doyle leadoff homer and four consecutive singles by Lucas, Luis Rivera, Sam Honeck and Gregory.

Starter Mark Cohoon went all the way, earning his ninth victory against only two losses and lowering his ERA to 2.17.

Unfortunately, the hated Staten Island Yankees swept their doubleheader, cutting the Cyclone lead to two-and-a-half games with just nine left to play.

Updated 5:14 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Harvey Poris from Brooklyn Heights says:
Only 9 to play for Cyclones, but they have 6 vs. a tough Lowell team (.576) while Staten Island, with 10 to play, has 6 vs. a far less imposing Vermont squad (.470) and 2 with a terrible TriiCities team (.344)

The schedule favors the Yanks.
Aug. 30, 2009, 11:02 am
Harvey Poris from Brooklyn Heights says:
Oops-Yanks have only 8 to play. They completed series vs. Tri-Cities. They have 6 vs. Vermont and 2 vs last place Aberdeen.
Aug. 30, 2009, 11:05 am

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