In addition to the six giveaways, Brooklyn will host 10 Sundays for the first 200 kids in the ballpark who will receive a pre-signed autograph from a Cyclones player.
Other possible teams joining the Cyclones and Renegades could be Lowell (Red Sox), the Wilmington Blue Rocks (Royals), Aberdeen IronBirds (Baltimore), and Jersey Shore BlueClaws (Phillies), per Masslive.com.
Hudson Valley Renegades to host Yankees' Class “A” Advanced team.
2019 NYPL replica of the Championship Ring, Michael Conforto Darkside Bobblehead, and 2019 NYPL Champs Dri-Fit Cap will be among giveaways.
Newcomers to the coaching staff, Dustin Glant (Pitching Coach) and Ryan Chipka (Hitting Coach) will join Fiorito, as well as returnees Teuris Olivares (Defensive Coach), Jon Becker (Athletic Trainer), and Danny Smith (Strength & Conditioning Coach). Ryan Shute will once again be the Clubhouse Manager for the 2020 season and Luke Morris joins as the Video Manager.
Adon has 45 minor league career steals in the Mets' system.
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.
The Cyclones, the short-season Class A affiliate of the New York Mets, are tied with the Aberdeen Ironbirds (Baltimore Orioles) for the 2019 New York-Penn League (NYPL) Wild Card and sit just a game back of first of the Hudson Valley Renegades (Tampa Bay Rays) in the McNamara Division.
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).
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.