Tag Archive | Carlos Valdez

Canelon and Perez help Lead the Brooklyn Cyclones to 2-1 Victory over Aberdeen on Star Wars Night

Once again the Force Was Strong with the Brooklyn Cyclones, who had their yearly Star Wars night on July 11 against the Aberdeen IronBirds in New York-Penn League Action at MCU Park. The Cyclones had a strong outing from starting pitcher Kevin Canelon (2-1) who went 6.1 innings, sitting Four batter, giving up two hits, […]

Masterful Matt helps Brooklyn Cyclones Blank Williamsport 2-0

On what turned out to be a beautiful Independence Day at MCU Park the Brooklyn Cyclones improved to a 10-5 record with a 2-0 victory over the Williamsport Crosscutters (13-2). Cyclones starter Matt Blackham (2-0) had a terrific night going 7.0 shutout innings, allowing just two hits and one walk while, for the second consecutive start, sitting […]

Cyclones Win 2-1 Extra Inning Thriller over ValleyCats

On ‘Saved by the Bell’ Night the fans at MCU Park were sent to the best type of detention, as the Brooklyn Cyclones needed 12 innings to earn a 2-1 thrilling victory over the Tri-City ValleyCats. Tri-City had the early 1-0 lead, cashing in on a Brooklyn error in the Top of the Third Inning. […]

Cyclones Stay Alive to set up thrilling Regular Season Ending Finale

Looking to rebound from a tough three-game road trip to Tri-City, where the team fell by one run, the Brooklyn Cyclones (41-34) stayed alive for hopefully one more game with a 11-3 victory over the Staten Island Yankees. With the Connecticut Tigers defeating the Lowell Spinners early on in the day, it was up to […]

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 […]

Unlucky number seven: Cyclones drop seventh straight to Jammers

All looked good at the start game for the Cyclones as they opened up a 5-0 lead against the Jammers. At the end though Brooklyn’s (15-18) hardships continue, as Jammers’ second basemen Erik Lunde brought home the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th breaking a 6-6 tie, to give Jamestown (14-18) the lead, […]