Tag Archive | Brooklyn Cyclones v Connecticut Tigers

Cyclones Take Game 2 Against Connecticut Thanks to Monster Night from Michael Katz

Brooklyn Cyclones Infielder Michael Katz had a big day at the dish, as he and the middle of the line-up helped to lead the offense to a 4-1 victory over the Connecticut Tigers on Friday night at MCU Park. Katz finished the night 2-for-3 with two RBI, including his first home run as a professional. The 6,787 at […]

Cyclones Drop Tough 2-1 Loss to Connecticut Tigers

It was on this day in 2001 the Brooklyn Cyclones brought professional baseball back to the Borough. Sadly though the home team were unable to celebrate with a victory dropping a tough 2-1 decision to the Connecticut Tigers on Thursday. Just having won a thrilling 2-1 Extra Inning game, it goes to show how baseball […]

Cyclones Even Up Wild Card Standings with Tigers with 4-3 Victory in Series Finale

Hold on tight Cyclones fans, it is going to be a thrill a minute a ride as Brooklyn (27-24) has now evened things up in the Wild Card Standings with a 4-3 victory over the Connecticut Tigers (27-24) in New York-Penn League action on Monday night. Much like the wooden roller coster ride down the […]

Connecticut Arms Silence Cyclones

Brooklyn couldn’t find an answer for Connecticut pitching on Sunday evening. The Cyclones (26-24) failed to gain first place in the wild card standings, as they fell 5-1 to the  Tigers (27-23), at MCU Park. Cyclones manager Tom Gamboa credited the Connecticut pitchers, who only allowed five hits, and two walks in the victory. “Their pitching […]