Brooklyn’s Poor Play Leads to Spinners Sweeping Doubleheader


Cyclones Lose -- 6-2, 4-3 -- to Lowell in twin bill.

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Chatham, NJ, Resident Fox Beyer Overcomes Through Postive Attitude, Baseball


Currently, Beyer is a high school Spanish teacher who will begin his sixteenth year at Whippany Park High School in September. Additionally, he runs his own podcast called What's Your Inspiration, authored a book by the name of (purchase here) Letter Kindling: Igniting, Inspiring, and Evoking the Fire Within, and is a songwriter and public speaker.

College Recruting Starting to Take Flight for Ex-Bishop Loughlin Hoopster William Lee


The six-foot Lee has received interest from schools the likes of Navy, Drexel, Virginia Military Institute and Maryland Eastern Shore, according to sources.

Pro Wrestling Autograph Appearnaces in July, August in NYC/NJ


Marty Scurll, Bray Wyatt, Bret Hart, and other pro wrestlers are set to come to NYC, NJ, area.

Ex-NY Met Ed Kranepool to Hold Personal Baseball Memorabilia Sale


The items for sale include autographed vintage photos, signed assorted team and individual baseballs, wonderful baseball memorabilia from different clubs, as well as unsigned, fresh to most human-eyes personal photos from Kranepool's days with New York across his 17-year MLB career.

Ex-MLB All-Star Pitcher Derek Lowe Defends Korbel Celebrity Closest-to-the-Pin Title


Derek Lowe launched a memorable, winning shot, landing the golf ball just 21 inches from the hole.

Local Pitcher Frank Valentino Hurls Cyclones to 9-0 Win Over Mahoning Valley


Infielder Branden Fryman led the offensive attack for Brooklyn, going 4-5 with a double and two RBI.

Nieuwenhuis, Mazzilli to Represent LI Ducks at Atlantic League All-Star Game


Outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis and infielder L.J. Mazzilli will represent the Long Island Ducks on the Liberty Division's roster at the independent Atlantic League All-Star game at PeoplesBank Park, home of the York Revolution, in York, Pennsylvania.

Joe Genord off to Solid Pro Start with Brooklyn Cyclones


First baseman Joe Genord is leading the team in three offensive categories: .298 batting average, three home runs and seven runs scored in 47 at-bats in 13 games.