Tag Archive | Jeff Diehl

Cyclones Score but Still Unable to find Winning Ways against Aberdeen

The good news for the Brooklyn Cyclones was that they wer eable to snap out of a  22-inning scoreless drought against the Aberdeen IronBirds on August, 28 ~ The bad news is that the team lost another tough game by a final of 5-2 in New York-Penn League action. Things have certainly been a struggle for […]

Cyclones Are a Hit at Home in 6-3 victory over Hudson Valley

The Brooklyn Cyclones (20-17) were a hit in their return to MCU Park earning a 6-3 victory over the Hudson Valley Renegades (19-18) in New York-Penn League action on July 29. Brooklyn, who entered into the game tied for First Place, were able to break out of that for now, as well as an offensive […]

Cyclones Struggles Against Staten Island Continues in 1-0 Loss on Irish Heritage Night

The Luck of the Irish have not been with the Brooklyn Cyclones (15-10) who dropped a second tough game to Borough Rivals the Staten Island Yankees (15-10) this night was a 1-0 loss in front of a SNY audience and behind a great pitching performance by Matt Blackham. Brooklyn suffered a 3-2 loss in Game One, […]

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 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 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 Taste First Loss of 2015 In Home Opener Against Staten Island

It wasn’t the way the Brooklyn Cyclones (1-1) were hoping to debut in front of 7,795 at MCU Park, but it was game full of lessons for these young players-as the team dropped a tough 8-3 loss to Staten Island (1-1) on Saturday night. Starting Pitcher Gaby Almonte worked Five Innings, giving up eight hits, eight runs […]