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Clones shut out Hudson Valley

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Cyclones 4

Hudson Valley 0

June 19 at Hudson Valley

Four Cyclone hurlers combined to shutout the Renegades, leading the Cyclones to the team’s first sweep of the season.

Opening day starter Octavio Acosta threw six impressive striking out four Renegade, giving up four hits, and lowering his earned-run averag down to 0.84. Three Cyclone relief pitchers did not walk a batter to help preserve the shutout.

Brooklyn’s bats were quiet until the sixth inning when Luis Arrizurieta hit a tripled, scoring Amed Rosario, who had a leadoff walk. The Clones tacked on two more runs before the inning ended, and put a straight digit on the board in the eighth concluding the scoring.

The win put the Brooks alone in first place in the McNamara division with a 5–2 mark.

The Cyclones hope to continue the hot streak when they take on the Aberdeen Ironbirds at Ripken Field on Friday June 20. Game time is at 7:35, and it can be streamed at brooklyncyclones.com, so enjoy!

Follow the Cyclones all season long at http://brooklynpaper.com/sections/sports/cyclones/
Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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