Brooklyn had its three-game winning streak snapped on Saturday, losing to the Batavia Muckdogs, 2-0. The Cyclones got another outstanding pitching performance, but the bats were quiet, and managed just three hits in the game. The loss drops Brooklyn’s record to 27-24.
RHP Brad Holt (3-3) made his 10th start of the year. Holt (pictured, by George Napolitano) pitched four innings, allowed one run and struck out three batters. LHP Matias Carrillo and RHP Jeff Kaplan followed Holt and only allowed a lone run in the final five innings.
Brooklyn, however, could not mount a comeback, and notched just three hits, with one each from Kirk Nieuwenhuis, Eric Campbell and Ralph Henriquez.
The Cyclones continue their series against the Muckdogs on Sunday, when it will be Asian Heritage Night at KeySpan Park. The first 2,500 fans will receive Klonton Drums. The game will be presented by Health Plus and will be co-sponsored by Nestle.
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