Cyclones Manager with Over 100 Wins Joins 2018 Coaching Staff.
Brooklyn Cyclones Help Raise Funds for Puerto Rican Fund Relief Efforts.
By Jerry Del Priore All you want from your starting pitcher is to keep your team in the game. That’s exactly what Cyclones hurler Nicolas Debora did against the Staten island Yankees (40-23) Saturday night. The 23-year-old righty allowed just two unearned runs over six innings as both clubs kept pace with each other for … Continue reading Pitcher Nicolas Debora Helps Cyclones Outlast Staten Island, 3-2, to End Losing Streak
By Jerry Del Priore On Wednesday, at 6:00 p.m. ET, Major League Baseball will announce its 2017 Hall of Fame class. One name creating a measure of HOF consideration, and speculation, is former All-Star closer Trevor Hoffman, who is on the ballot for the second year (he received 296 votes, 67.3 percent of the casted … Continue reading Should Trevor Hoffman Get the Call to the Hall?
By Jerry Del Priore The Brooklyn Cyclones’ 2001 inaugural team, which were NY-Penn League Co-Champions along with the Williamsport Crosscutters, will be holding a reunion Saturday night at MCU Park, marking 15 years since the title, according Joe Jiannetti, an infielder with the team who reached as high as AA Binghamton with the New York Mets. … Continue reading Brooklyn Cyclones 2001 Championship Team Set to Return to MCU Park Saturday Night
By Jerry Del Priore World-renowned boxer Dmitriy Salita and his Brooklyn Brawl series electrified Coney Island’s MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones baseball team, Tuesday night. The action-packed “Boxing at the Beach” fight card featured several talented Brooklyn pugilist, including Bakhtiyar “Baka” Eyubov (8-0, 8 KOs), a Marine Park resident, and Cornelius “Lighting” Lock, … Continue reading Local Figthers Highlight Brooklyn Brawl: Boxing at the Beach in Coney Island