Former Brooklyn Cyclone Danny Muno Sizzles in First Two Games with Blue Crabs


By Jerry Del Priore

Danny Muno

Danny Muno, during his days with the Brooklyn Cyclones, is 6-9 in through two games with Blue Crabs.

The weather in Southern Maryland hasn’t yet to heat up, but Blue Crabs infielder Danny Muno is red-hot early on in the Atlantic League season.

Hitting at the leadoff spot for Southern Maryland (1-1), the ex-Brooklyn Cyclone and former New York Met is 6 for 9 (.669) at the plate with a RBI, triple, walk, a stolen base, and two runs scored in his first two games with the Blue Crabs.

Reliever Robert Carson (1-0), another former Met, took the mound for Southern Maryland, throwing a scoreless top of the eighth for the 6-5 win against the Long Island Ducks (1-1) at Regency Furniture Stadium Friday night.

Blue Crabs starter Pat Misch, who spent parts of three seasons with New York (2009-11), did not figure in Friday game’s decision.

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