On Thursday, July 2nd, fans can eat for free when they buy a Field Box Seat for just $15.
In addition to the best seats in the house, you'll get free food on the house -- a hot dog, soda, and chips at no extra charge!
The first 2,500 fans in attendance for the 7pm game against the Tri-City Valley Cats will also receive Edgar Alfonzo t-shirts, courtesy of Long Island University. Alfonzo, the winningest manager in Cyclones history, amassed a career record of 151-82, while leading the Cyclones to two McNamara Division championships, and one New York-Penn League title.
To take advantage of this special Eat For Free offer, enter the code POCKET when you click here, call 718-507-TIXX, or visit the KeySpan Park ticket window. Service charges apply to internet and phone orders.
The Brooklyn Cyclones (6-1) topped the Aberdeen IronBirds (3-4) on Friday night by a score of 9-2 to notch the team's fourth straight win.
On Friday, lefthander Mark Cohoon (2-0) made his second strong start for the Cyclones, allowing just two runs (one earned) in 7.0 innings for his second win of the year. Cohoon surrendered just three hits, while striking out six batters. LHP Matias Carrillo relieved Cohoon in the eighth, and tossed a perfect frame. Carrillo has yet to allow a run this season in three appearances. RHP Michael Powers closed out the game with a perfect inning of his own.
DH Ralph Henriquez got the Cyclones on the scoreboard with a solo home run in the second inning, his first of the season. Henriquez (pictured, by George Napolitano) went 2-for-3 in the game. After Aberdeen tied the score in the third, SS Luis Nieves helped put Brooklyn ahead for good with a two-run home run, also his first of the year, in the fifth inning. Nieves finished 3-for-4, and tacked on two more RBI in the ninth inning. C Juan Centeno continued his hot start, also going 3-for-4 to raise his season average to .471, and chipping in with one RBI. 2B Matt Bouchard added two RBI, as well.
The Cyclones continue their series with Aberdeen on Saturday, before returning to Brooklyn on Sunday for another exciting game, with New York Mets pitcher Oliver Perez making a rehab start for Brooklyn. The 5pm game against the Hudson Valley Renegades will also feature American Girl giveaways and it will be Girl Scout Night at the ballpark. In addition, the first 2,500 fans in attendance will receive Logo Baseballs, courtesy of Astella Pharma US, Inc. in partnership with Donate Life.
Click here to get your tickets, or call 718-507-TIXX
Perez has been on the Disabled List since May 6th, with patellar tendinitis in his right knee. He is 1-2 with a 9.97 ERA in five games this season for the Mets. Entering the 2009 season, Perez was 55-60 with a 4.39 ERA in 175 major league games. He joined the Mets in 2006, and starred in the postseason that year, going 1-0 with a 4.63 ERA in the NLCS. He won 15 games for the Mets in 2007, and 10 games in 2008. In 2004, while pitching for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Perez struck out a career-high 239 batters, and went 12-10 with a 2.98 ERA.
One of the most transcendent and meaningful moments of nearly every childhood involves having a catch with your dad. Don't just take our word for it, check out the endings (spoiler alert! spoiler alert!) of two of the most popular baseball movies of all time: Field of Dreams and The Natural.
This Father's Day, the Cyclones are offering dads and their kids a chance to have a catch on Brooklyn's very own field of dreams -- KeySpan Park! The Father's Day catch will take place on the outfield grass, prior to the Cyclones' 5pm game on Sunday, June 21st, and you must have a June 21st game ticket to participate.
On June 21st, kids and their dads (of all ages) can have a catch on the field at KeySpan Park. The ballpark gates will open at 3:30pm, and fans who are interested in participating in the Father's Day Catch will be asked to line up at Section 24, down the right field line. You must have your own gloves and ball to participate. The Cyclones will be selling commemorative baseballs that day for anyone interested in purchasing one.
Participants will be invited onto the field in groups, and in five-minute intervals, through 4:30pm. Please arrive early if you wish to participate. No one will be admitted onto the field after 4:25pm.
The June 21st game also features a Bucket Cap giveaway to the first 2,500 fans in attendance, and a Nathan's Four-Pack Combo option.
There's no better, or more affordable way to create a special Father's Day for the dad in your life than with the Brooklyn Cyclones this June 21st.