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Brooklyn Cyclones Hosting Aberdeen as Team Sits in Fourth Place in North Division

The Brooklyn Cyclones (22-26) are looking good during the course of the 2022 Minor League Baseball season, as the team sits in Fourth Place in the Northern Division. The guys have a tough test happening during the course of the week as they take on the First Place Aberdeen IronBirds for a seven game home stand at Maimonides Park.

One of the players to watch for on the Cyclones has been Outfielder Rowdey Jordan, who is the Mets’ 11th-round selection out of Mississippi State. Thus far he has been able to lead the team with 68 total bases and 16 doubles. Jordan ranks third behind Winston Salem’s Luis Mieses (19) and Greenville’s Ceddanne Rafaela (17) on the league’s leaderboards.

Fellow outfielder Brandon McIIwain has hit very well with the team, as he has been on base in 10 of the past 12 games, holding a .400 with a .489 on-base percentage. Catcher Matt O’Neill ranks second on the Cyclones with a 20% walk rate.

1495 Sports is proud to bring the following photo gallery from the Brooklyn Cyclones game vs Aberdeen IronBirds from June 7 on our official photography page SPPHOTOGRAPHYNYC.com seen by clicking the link below:


There have been a ton of moves for the Cyclones as they have been able to promote Jordan Yamamoto and Hunter Parsons who moved up to the Binghamton Rumble Ponies. Nathan Lavender and Luis Moreno will be faces to watch for on Coney Island, as the duo were able to get called up to Brooklyn and Moreno made his debut with the Cyclones on June 7th.

1495 Sports was able to see the debut of Moreno, who went five innings, while striking out six in what was a tough 3-1 loss to the IronBirds.

During that game the team was able to get six hits, the most significant coming from Jaylen Palmer who had an RBI single in the bottom of the Fifth Inning.

The series against the Brooklyn Cyclones and Aberdeen IronBirds continues Today (Thursday) as the two teams will face each other in a game that is set for 7:00 p.m.

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