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BROOKLYN DROPS RUBBER GAME

Box Score

The Cyclones lost the rubber game of the series to the Jamestown Jammers by a score of 7-5 on Tuesday night.

1B Jeff Flagg lead off the second inning with a double and later scored the first run of the game on LF Will Cherry’s sacrifice fly. 3B Joe Bonfe (pictured, by George Napolitano) later belted his first home run of the season in the seventh inning, going 2-for-3 on the night. 2B J.B. Brown continued to hit well of late, going 2-for-2. James Schroeder, who pinch hit for Brown in the seventh inning also notched his first home run of the season in the ninth inning, but it was not enough for the Cyclones. CF Darrel Ceciliani also recorded a hit on the night, going 1-for-3 with a double.

The Cyclones sent four pitchers to the mound on Tuesday night. Starting pitcher Wes Wrenn went three innings and surrendered four runs (three earned) on eight hits. Nelson Pereira pitched the fourth inning, and gave up another three runs on three hits. A.J. Pinera threw three solid scoreless innings, allowing just one hit, and Pedro P. Martinez also quieted the Jamestown bats throwing one inning of no-hit ball.

The Cyclones return home to MCU Park on Thursday, July 8th to take on the State College Spikes at 7pm in the first of a three- game homestand. The first 2,500 fans in attendance on Thursday will receive a "Cyclones '86 Backman" Jersey, presented by WFAN Radio. Thursday is also Latino Fest, presented by El Diario, and former Cyclones star (and current New York Met) Angel Pagan will return to the ballpark for a special ceremony. On Thursday, everyone in attendance also gets to run the bases after the game.

There's something for everyone at every Cyclones game -- free t-shirts, free jerseys, bobbleheads, fireworks, free food, and more! 

Check out the entire promotional schedule and get your tickets now!

Written by Colin Schwarz

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