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‘Clones Late Rally Comes Up Short In 6-3 Defeat

Ryan Clifford picks up two hits and an RBI in loss to BlueClaws
April 19, 2024

• BOX SCORE LAKEWOOD, N.J. (April 19, 2024) — Brooklyn refused to quit on Friday night, but the comeback effort came up a hair short. The Cyclones put the tying run in the on-deck circle in the ninth, but fell to the Jersey Shore BlueClaws, 6-3, from ShoreTown Ballpark. Down

Cyclones Claim Victory in Wild Win Over ‘Claws

Wilfredo Lara and Ryan Clifford provide RBI knocks in game-clinching eighth inning
April 18, 2024

• BOX SCORE LAKEWOOD, N.J. (April 18, 2024) — 2B Wilfredo Lara and 1B Ryan Clifford provided massive run-scoring singles in the top of the eighth, as the Brooklyn Cyclones rallied to knock off the Jersey Shore BlueClaws, 6-4, on Thursday night at ShoreTown Ballpark With the game tied, the

BlueClaws Batter Cyclones on Wednesday, 9-0

Drake Osborn collects a pair of hits in shutout defeat
April 17, 2024

• BOX SCORE LAKEWOOD, N.J. (April 17, 2024) — Jersey Shore erupted for six runs in the bottom of the third inning, propelling the BlueClaws to a convincing 9-0 victory over the Brooklyn Cyclones on Wednesday evening from ShoreTown Ballpark. Despite only three hits in the inning, Jersey Shore (7-4)

Sproat Shines, But ‘Clones Clipped By ‘Claws

Brandon strikes out five over four, Mateo Gil homers in 3-1 defeat
April 16, 2024

• BOX SCORE LAKEWOOD, N.J. (April 16, 2024) — DH Mateo Gil powered his first home run of the season and RHP Brandon Sproat tossed four innings of one-run ball, but the Jersey Shore BlueClaws bested the Brooklyn Cyclones, 3-1, on Tuesday night at ShoreTown Ballpark. Scoreless through two innings,

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April 16, 2024
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SNY Adds Cyclones Games to Broadcast Schedule

April 15, 2024

NEW YORK – April 15, 2024 – SNY, the official television home of the New York Mets, today announced the network has added live Minor League Baseball games to the network's schedule. The Syracuse Mets, Binghamton Rumble Ponies and Brooklyn Cyclones games will air on SNY from April through September.

Lorusso's Walk-Off Solo Shot Caps Two HR Day as Cyclones win third straight

April 14, 2024

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - 3B Nick Lorusso clobbered his first two career home runs, one of which came with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, as the Cyclones walked off the Asheville Tourists, 4-3, Sunday afternoon. The 2023 Mets 9th round pick out of Maryland took RHP Manuel Urias

Osborn’s Long Ball Propels Brooklyn to Doubleheader Sweep Saturday

April 13, 2024

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Following a victory in the first game of Saturday’s twin bill, the Brooklyn Cyclones picked up right where they left off, defeating the Asheville Tourists, 3-1, in the second game of Saturday’s doubleheader. With the win, Brooklyn clinches at least a split of its inaugural six game

Consuegra Powers Brooklyn to Victory in Game One of Saturday's Doubleheader

Stanley's three-run first-inning blast proves the difference in 6-2 win
April 13, 2024
  • BOX SCORE Brooklyn, NY (April 13, 2024) – The Cyclones snapped a two-game losing skid on Saturday afternoon, topping the Asheville Tourists, 6-2, in Game One of a doubleheader. LHP Felipe De La Cruz made the for Brooklyn and was impressive over his 4.1 innings, scattering just three hits

McLean Homers But Cyclones Fall 7-1 on Friday Night

McLean’s First Homer of 2024 Not Enough as Cyclones Fall to Tourists, 7-1
April 12, 2024

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - DH Nolan McLean, the first two-way player in Cyclones franchise history, clobbered his first home run of the 2024 campaign, but that was about the only offense the Brooklyn Cyclones could muster in a 7-1 loss to the Asheville Tourists at Maimonides Park. The loss drops Brooklyn’s

Thursday Night's Game Postponed Due to Expected Rain / Fog

April 11, 2024

Brooklyn, NY (April 11, 2024) -- Thursday night's game between the Cyclones and Asheville Tourists has been postponed due to expected rain and fog in the Coney Island area. The game will be made up as part of a straight doubleheader on Saturday starting at 1:00 PM with gates opening

Cyclones Bested by Tourists, 7-3, on Wednesday Afternoon

McLean strong in first start as Brooklyn falls to Asheville, 7-3
April 10, 2024

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - The Brooklyn Cyclones could not capture consecutive wins for the first time in 2024 on Wednesday afternoon, falling to the Asheville Tourists, 7-3. RHP Nolan McLean impressed in his Cyclones debut. The two-way player hurled 3.1 innings of scoreless ball, while striking out two and surrendering only

Clifford Goes Yard, Pitching Impresses as ‘Clones Grab First Win Of ‘24

Brooklyn grabs first win of year thanks to Clifford HR, strong pitching
April 9, 2024

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Entering 2024, home openers had been very kind to the Brooklyn Cyclones. That trend continued into 2024, as the ‘Clones defeated the Asheville Tourists, 3-0, good for their fifth home opener win in their last six tries. RHP Brandon Sproat made his highly anticipated pro-ball debut, and

Ziegler Dazzles as 'Clones Fall in Extras

Strong outing from Ziegler not enough to propel 'Clones on Sunday afternoon
April 7, 2024

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - RHP Calvin Ziegler impressed in his season debut, but the Brooklyn Cyclones fell to the Wilmington Blue Rocks, 1-0, in 10 innings from Frawley Stadium on Sunday afternoon to conclude the first series of 2024. The loss drops Brooklyn to 0-3 on the young season, as Wilmington

Felipe’s Fire Not Enough in ‘Clones Walk-Off Defeat

De La Cruz tosses four innings of one-hit shutout ball in 4-2 loss
April 6, 2024

• BOX SCORE WILMINGTON, Del. (April 6, 2024) — LHP Felipe De La Cruz picked up where he left off in 2023 with four shutout innings of one-hit ball. Brooklyn’s bats drew 10 free passes, but LF Jared McKenzie’s walk-off two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth was

‘Rocks Ruin Opening Night For ‘Clones

William Lugo reaches base three times in Brooklyn’s defeat
April 5, 2024
  • BOX SCORE WILMINGTON, Del. (April 5, 2024) — SS William Lugo reached base three times and drove in a run, but the Brooklyn Cyclones couldn't overcome early offense by the Wilmington Blue Rocks, dropping a 4-1 decision on Opening Day at Frawley Stadium. After the Cyclones (0-1) stranded a

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April 5, 2024
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Youth At The Helm: Gómez Giddy For 2024

Youngest manager in franchise history ready after Caribbean World Series appearance
April 5, 2024

There will be a new lead man in the dugout for the Brooklyn Cyclones in 2024. Gilbert Gómez, who spent seven years in the New York Mets organization as a player and served as skipper of the Single-A St. Lucie Mets a summer ago, is set to take over as

No Foolin':  Fee Free First of the Month on April 1st

April 1, 2024
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Cyclones Announce Preliminary Roster for 2024 Season

Ryan Clifford, Brandon Sproat, Nolan McLean highlight unit that features 16 returnees
March 31, 2024

• FULL PRELIMINARY ROSTER BROOKLYN, N.Y. (April 1, 2024) - The Brooklyn Cyclones have announced their preliminary roster for the 2024 South Atlantic League campaign, in collaboration with the New York Mets. The initial roster includes 30 players, consisting of 16 pitchers, three catchers, six infielders, and four outfielders. Among

D’Andre Smith: Breakout Bound With Rehab in Rearview

After an injury-plagued start to 2023, Smith is healthy and excited for what 2024 will bring
March 25, 2024

At the start of his first full professional season in 2023, D'Andre Smith's plans went awry. After helping Single-A St. Lucie win a Florida State League championship after being drafted, the 2022 fifth-round selection missed the first two months of the season with a nagging back injury. However, Smith feels

Big Stu: Stuart Set to Shine Once More in 2024

Minor League Baseball's ERA leader in 2023 is prepared for encore performance in 2024
March 22, 2024

It's difficult to imagine a better debut season in professional baseball than the one Tyler Stuart had in 2023. The Mets' sixth-round pick in 2022 turned out to be a great asset, producing impressive results right from the start of the year in Coney Island. Stuart performed exceptionally well, with

You Could Win a Cyclones Luxury Suite with #Wordle1000

March 15, 2024

To celebrate the 1000th Wordle puzzle with New York Times Games, we’re offering a V.I.P. experience to two Wordlers! The first two people to submit the correct Wordle solution on Friday, March 15th will enjoy a FREE all-inclusive suite (food and soft drink included!). - Step 1 - Solve the

Ace Gervase: Paul Gervase Takes Big Strides Towards Queens

Gervase is set to continue to prove his stuff is "good enough" to thrive in Queens
March 15, 2024

It is hard to miss Paul Gervase’s presence at the ballpark. The 6-foot-10 right-handed pitcher generally towers over his competition with his stature. However, in 2023, Gervase was also imposing in his performance. Starting his first full professional season on Coney Island, Gervase was the Cyclones’ lone honoree on the

‘Reim’ Time: Jacob Reimer Ready Keep Climbing in 2024

20-year-old ready to reconnect with familiar faces on Coney Island to start new year
March 14, 2024

Jacob Reimer’s inaugural full season in professional baseball was a fruitful one. The 20-year-old finished among the leaders in the New York Mets’ organization in on-base percentage (6th, .399), walks (T-6th, 62), runs scored (T-7th; 63), and batting average (9th, .265). However, Reimer has refused to rest on his laurels