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The Cyclones won a wild one at Key Span on Sunday, as they beat Tri-City in extras by a score of 6-5. Sean Ratliff tied the game in the ninth inning when he hit his second home run of the game, and
Offensively, Cyclones banged out 12 hits. RF Kirk Nieuwenhuis continued his hot hitting; he went 3-for-5 with a single, double, and home run. CF Sean Ratliff (pictured, by George Napolitano) hit two home runs in the game. Abruzzo and Josh Satin each added a pair of hits. Seth Williams, Eric Campbell and Ike Davis also notched hits for Brooklyn.
RHP Chris Schwinden made his fifth start of the year, and tossed 6.2 innings, allowed two earned runs and struck out eight batters. Yury Santana and Roy Merritt (2-0) followed Schwinden and shut down the door as they held Tri-City scoreless throughout the remainder of the game.
The Cyclones return home after the All-Star Break on Thursday, August 21 and begin and a three game series against