There is no denying that New York Mets centerfielder Brandon Nimmo, who played with the Brooklyn Cyclones in 2012, has been a sparkplug and solid outfielder for the team this season.
On Saturday, September 3rd, the Cyclones will be honoring the former Mets’ first-round 2011 MLB draft pick by giving away a Brandon Nimmo Bobblehead to the first 2,000 fans in attendance at Maimonides Park in Coney Island.
Nimmo is currently hitting .264 with 11 home runs and 42 RBI with .352 On-Base Percentage (OBP) and .767 On-Base Plus Slugging percentage (OPS) in 443 at-bats as of games played through Sunday, August 21st.
The Cheyenne, Wyoming, native, who did not play high school baseball due to his state not having it, batted .248 and slashed .372/.406/.778 with six dingers and 40 RBI in 266 at-bats in 69 contests with Brooklyn in 2012.
— Jerry Del Priore
Cover Photo: Brooklyn Cyclones Facebook
Brandon Nimmo in uniform: Jerry Del Priore