Here is our weekly look at how some of your favorite Cyclones from the past are performing so far during the 2012 campaign.
- Juan Centeno -- The backstop for the 2009 and 2010 Cyclones continues his rise through the Mets system and is currently with Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League. In 18 games with the B-Mets, the 22-year-old is batting .297 (19-64) with four doubles, and five RBI.
- Robbie Shields -- The 2009 Cyclone infielder is a super-utility man for the St. Lucie Mets (A) of the Florida State League. He was made starts at second base, third base, and shortstop. In 26 games, the former third round pick is batting .294 (30-102) with 11 runs scored, nine extra base hits and 11 RBI.
- Adam Kolarek -- The righthanded reliever from the 2010 Cyclones continues to impress out of the bullpen for St. Lucie. In 14 appearances out of the pen, he has yet to allow a run for St. Lucie and has collected four saves. In 16.2 innings on the mound he has allowed just 12 hits and two walks, while striking out 25.
- Sam Honeck & Tyson Seng -- Both players retired from baseball following a series of injuries. Honeck hadn’t appeared in a game with Savannah (A) since April 12th, while Seng’s second arm injury in less than a year led him to shut it down as well.