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.
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).
Cyclones Lose -- 6-2, 4-3 -- to Lowell in twin bill.
Infielder Branden Fryman led the offensive attack for Brooklyn, going 4-5 with a double and two RBI.
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.
One Mets Farmhand Retires While Another Signs On.
New York obtained Lockett from the Cleveland Indians in a trade for catcher Kevin Plawecki, a former number one draft pick and Brooklyn Cyclone.
Justin Wilson working his way to Mets with another inning of scoreless relief in Brooklyn.
Columbia first baseman and former Brooklyn Cyclone Chase Chambers went 4-4 with two RBI in Monday’s 4-2 win against the Rome Braves at State Mutal Stadium.
On Wednesday night, the right-handed Mets prospect struck out six across 6.2 hitless innings and Ryder Ryan secured the no-hitter, as the Rumble Ponies blanked the Harrisburg Senators (Washington Nationals), 7-0, at FNB Field.