July 24, 2014 / Sports / Brooklyn Cyclones / The Ride

Clones drop second straignt

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Aberdeen 5

Cyclones 2

July 23 in Aberdeen

A game that started on a positive note for the Cyclones ended in defeat for the second night in a row after a two hour and sixteen minute rain delay halted the game after the first inning.

The Cyclones got on the board early in the first when Adrien Abreu crossed the plate when Jhoan Urena singled to left, Abreu reached on a lead off walk.

The Ironbirds didn’t let the Cyclones get comfortable with the lead, and tied up the game in bottom of the first with the help of two Cyclone error, the first by pitcher Casey Meisner, who failed to field a bunt. Amed Rosario was the responsible for the second error of the inning. Three Ironbird runs would score that inning.

Play was halted after the first inning due to rain, and the Cyclones were able to close in on the lead in the third when Jhoan Urena plated Amed Rosario (three-for-four) who reached on a triple. The run in the third would be the final one scored by the Cyclones.

Two more Aberdeen runs scored, a two out triple in the fourth, that scored the runner who reached on another fielding error by Amed Rosario. The final Ironbird run came in the seventh, ground out that scored a leadoff triple.

The Cyclones return home on Wednesday to play a three game series against the Vermont Lake Monsters.

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Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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