Tag Archive | Nathan Jones

Cyclones Make History in Capturing First Solo Championship

It has been a long time since the Borough of Brooklyn had seen a Championship 1955 to be exact. That was when Ebbets Field was the diamond that all attended to see a game, and fans would watch those Brooklyn Bums play. Then in 2001 the New York Mets made Brooklyn the center of the […]

Cyclones Quest for the Championship Continues thanks to Lowerie’s Blast

The Brooklyn Cyclone won a Clutch Game 2 against the Hudson Valley Renegades in the New York-Penn League Semis at MCU Park. While the team saw plenty of hits it was a home run by Mets Infielder Jed Lowrie, who was making a rehab appearance with the squad that really pushed the team into a […]

Cyclones drop Extra Inning Heartbreaker to Lake Monsters 3-2 but Rebound with Victory over IronBirds to Remain Alive in New York-Penn League Playoffs

The Brooklyn Cyclones (39-30) dropped a 3-2 Extra Inning Heartbreaker to the Vermont Lake Monsters (31-39) at MCU Park in New York-Penn League Action on 8/27. In that game the Cyclones saw clutch hits from Wilmer Reyes in the Bottom of the Sixth Inning and  another huge hit from Gavin Garay in the Bottom of […]

Cyclones Blast IronBirds 4-1 in Thriller at MCU Park

The Brooklyn Cyclones are off to a great start to the 2019 season, currently holding a 2-1 record. The Baby Bums defeated the Staten Island Yankees in a two game series before dropping a game to the Aberdeen IronBirds on Sunday (yesterday). Aberdeen scored the first four runs of the game, but yet somehow the […]