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Cyclones End 2014 Series with Renegades Spitting Second Doubleheader

The Brooklyn Cyclones (14-11) completed the second of two doubleheaders with the Hudson Valley Renegades (18-7) splitting the two games once again, this time with the host winning the first game and falling in the second both games ending 3-0.

In Game One Marcos Molina had a stellar outing no-hitting the Renegades until the top of the fifth inning, when Renegades catcher Wilmer Dominguez recorded a single to left field. Molina was able to earn the victory (2-0) after a five inning, six strikeout performance as the righty only walked one batter.

Seton Hall product Josh Prevost finished up the game working two scoreless innings, recording a strikeout in another solid performance from the pen.

Leading the way on the offensive side of the field was Outfielder Michael Bernal who had a two-run homer to left field, Bernal along with First Baseman Michael Katz both finished the game with two hits each.

Brooklyn fell in Game 2 by the score of 3-0 as the Cyclones left four runners on base in the loss. Hudson Valley pitching did a fine job keeping the hosts off the board, as the combination of Edgar Gomez and Issac Gil struck out three batters each in the Renegades victory.

Katz and Will Fulmer both were able to record hits in the game for Brooklyn but there was no comeback magic to be found.

There was a milestone hit in the second game for the Cyclones as the team played their 1,00th game in franchise history. Sadly though there would be no winner between the Renegades and Cyclones as both teams were able to finish with five victories each.

Brooklyn will now be on the road for six-straight games straight, before returning home to MCU Park on Wednesday, July 16th to host the Jamestown Jammers for a three-game set, with Game One is set for 7:00 p.m.

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