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August 10, 2014 / Sports / Brooklyn Cyclones / The Ride

Muckdogs leave Cyclones stuck

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August 10 in Batavia

Cyclones pitchers tied a season high of 15 strikeouts at Saturday night’s game, but the bats could not push past the Muckdogs, costing the Clones the first of a three-game series.

Marcos Molina got the start for the Cyclones and the Muckdogs jumped ahead in the first when two doubles gave the team a 1–0 lead. The Dogs continued the damage with a big fourth inning, scoring three more runs off Molina. It was the first time he gave up more than two earned runs in a game.

Molina pitched six innings and struck out a season-high of eleven before exiting.

The Cyclones got on the board in the sixth with the help of a Muckdog error that allowed John Mora to reach first and a wild pitch with Amed Rosario at bat that allowed Mora to advance to second. Rosario then plated Mora with a double.

The Mini-Mets scored once more the following inning, when the team’s newest addition Pedro Perez hit a single that scored Michael Bernal, who reached on a single.

Brandon Welch came in to relieve Molina in the seventh and kept the Muckdogs scoreless through two innings.

The Cyclones take on the Muckdogs again tonight upstate.

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