Ross Adolph Captures Brooklyn Cyclones 2018 Sterling Award


New York Mets Honor former University of Toledo baseball player with Sterling Award.

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Brooklyn Cyclones Lead NYPL in Attendance with Over 200, 000 Fans


By Jerry Del Priore While the Brooklyn Cyclones, the short-season New York-Penn League (NYPL) affiliate of the New York Mets, missed the playoffs by one game, they did lead the association in home attendance with 202, 495 fans during the summer of 2018. Brooklyn, who plays at MCU Park on Coney Island, outdrew any other franchise by over 50,000 … Continue reading Brooklyn Cyclones Lead NYPL in Attendance with Over 200, 000 Fans

Jarred Kelenic Completes First Pro Season with Solid Numbers


Jerry Del Priore With the 2018 regular season coming to an end for the Kingsport Mets, who clinched an Appalachian League (R) playoff spot, New York Mets prospect outfielder Jarred Kelenic can be proud of his first professional season in the Mets’ minor league system. After the Mets selected him in the first round (sixth … Continue reading Jarred Kelenic Completes First Pro Season with Solid Numbers

Cyclones Rout Connecticut Tigers, 10-3, to Take Wild Card Lead


Chase Chambers, Anthony Dirocie enjoyed big nights.

Good Pitching, Error Gives Cyclones 2-1 Walk-Off Victory Over Vermont


Cyclones move into a tie for first place for Wild Card, and one game back for first place in McNamara division.

Cyclones’ Pitching, Speed, Timely Hitting Tame Vermont in 4-1 Win


Brooklyn is a game and half out of NYPL Wild Card Race.

Jaison Vilera Effective Again in Cyclones’ 3-1 Over Spinners


Cyclones move to within a half game of wild card spot.

Despite Drop in Prospect Rank, Mets’ Young Infielder Mark Vientos has Time on Side


Former American Heritage High School player Vientos playing well in Mets' minor league system.