Brooklyn Cyclones Who’ve Made MLB


The first player to debut in the majors was infielder Danny Garcia while Sam Haggerty was the Cyclones last, playing six games with the Mets at the end of the 2019 season.

Brooklyn Cyclones’ Limited Edition Irish Night Jersey Package has the Luck of the Irish All Over it


25 bucks gets you a Irish jersey and, if you're one of the first 2,000 fans at the game, you'll get a shamrock cap.

Somerset Patriots Ink Ex-Brooklyn Cyclone Southpaw Gunner Kines


Kines posted a 2-2 record with a 3.00 ERA across seven appearances (three starts) with the Cyclones.

MLB Pipeline has Ranfy Adon as Mets’ Fastest Prospect


Adon has 45 minor league career steals in the Mets' system.

Mets’ Brandon Nimmo Leads, Follows Through his Faith


the six-foot-three-inch, 207-pound outfielder often shares Bible verses for his 61,000 Twitter followers to read @You_Found_Nimmo.

Mets Name Ex-Red Storm Baseball Head Coach as New Brooklyn Cyclones Manager


Blankmeyer, 65, coached 24 seasons at St. John's, where he posted an 829-500-4 record while winning six Big East regular-season titles and five conference tournament championships while earning 11 NCAA Tournament berths.

Five Cyclones, Three Yankees Make 2019 NYPL All-Star Teams


Wimer Reyes, Joe Genord, Mitch Regan, Matt Cleveland, and Garrison Bryant (Cyclones); Ezequiel Duran, Carlos Narvaez, and Anderson Munoz (Staten Island) are NYPL All-Stars.

Staten Island’s Jake Sanford’s Two-Run Shot Sinks Cyclones in 11


With the loss, Brooklyn falls to 2.5 games behind the Hudson Valley Renegades (Tampa) in the McNamara Division but stay in the Wild Card lead by a game over the West Virginia Black Bears (Pittsburg).

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.