Tag Archive | Casey Meisner

Mets Acquire RHP Tyler Clippard

The New York Mets on Monday announced the club has acquired two-time All-Star righthanded pitcher Tyler Clippard and cash considerations from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for minor league righthanded pitcher Casey Meisner. To make room on the 40-man roster, righthanded pitcher Erik Goeddel was transferred to the 60-Day Disabled List. Clippard, 30, was 1-3 with […]

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 Use Big Third Inning to beat Yankees, 8-2

Brooklyn manager Tom Gamboa called a meeting before tonight’s game talking about executing with men on base. His team answered his call, as the Cyclones(39-31) exploded for 14 hits in their  8-2 victory over the Staten Island Yankess at Richmond County Bank Ball Park on Tuesday night. “We had a brief meeting today because last night was a very […]

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 […]

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, […]

Aberdeen’s sloppy play helps Brooklyn pick up second straight win

Brooklyn took advantage of five Aberdeen errors to win their second straight game, as the Cyclones (10-4) defeated the IronBirds 6-2 on Thursday night at MCU Park. Brooklyn manager Tom Gamboa credited his team’s hustle to causing the Aberdeen errors. “We talk all the time about running every ball out to try and put pressure […]