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ALL SMILES FOR CYCLONES IN HAPPY VALLEY; WIN 4-0

ALL SMILES FOR CYCLONES IN HAPPY VALLEY; WIN 4-0 

After a grueling couple of days on Monday and Tuesday, going up against the Hudson Valley Renegades four times in just 24 hours, the Brooklyn Cyclones forged ahead, taking to the road for their first two series' against a New York-Penn League opponent outside of the McNamara Division this season.  Their first series would be against the State College Spikes, and the Cyclones were able to shake off the loss during game two of Tuesday's double header to get a 4-0 win on Wednesday night.

Brooklyn got on the board first, and early.  Tyler Moore kicked things off by working a walk.  Tomas Nido would strike out, failing to advance the runner, but that did not matter to Moore as he would steal second during the next at-bat.  Following the steal Joe Tuschak hit a single to score Moore, giving Brooklyn a 1-0 lead.

Just an inning later, the Cyclones wanted to give starter Scarlyn Reyes some more run support and were able to come through.  Amed Rosario walked and on a wild pitch to Tucker Tharp, Rosario would advance to second.  Tharp would ground out, but advance Rosario to third, and Jhoan Ureña would strike out.  With Rosario at third and two outs, Michael Katz was able to work a walk, knocking out State College starter Daniel Poncedeleon.

With a new arm in the game, right fielder Michael Bernal entered the box and hit a bomb to center field for a 2-RBI triple, giving the Cyclones a nice 3-run cushion in the third inning.

Reyes would continue to pitch shutout baseball, exiting the game after throwing 5.0 innings of shutout where he scattered five hits, walked one batter, and struck out four.

Luis Mateo who is in Brooklyn as part of a rehabilition assignment, would enter in the sixth for Reyes, throwing 1.0 inning, just giving up 1 hit.  Edioglis Villasmil entered for Brooklyn in the seventh, only pitching for a 0.1 inning after giving up two hits and striking out one batter.

After Villasmil's departure, Kelly Secrest entered the game, pitching 1.2 innings of shutout ball, just giving up one hit, walking one, but striking out three.

The Cyclones tacked on another run in the top of the ninth on a first-pitch home run by Joe Tuschak who pulled one over the right field wall to give Brooklyn a 4-0 lead.

In the bottom of the ninth, Shane Bay entered to close out the game and was able to set down the Spikes batters in order, two of which came by way of strikeout as the Cyclones would go on to win 4-0.

The Cyclones return home next week and will take on the Jamestown at 7PM at MCU Park as part of a three game series against the Jammers.  For tickets to this game, or any other Cyclones home game this season, please stop by the MCU Park box office, call 718-507-TIXX, or log on to BrooklynCyclones.com.

ALL SMILES FOR CYCLONES IN HAPPY VALLEY; WIN 4-0 

 After a gueling couple of days on Monday and Tuesday, going up against the Hudson Valley Renegades four times in just 24 hours, the Brooklyn Cyclones forged ahead, taking to the road for their first two series' against a New York-Penn League opponent outside of the McNamara Division this season.  Their first series would be against the State College Spikes, and the Cyclones were able to shake off the loss during game two of Tuesday's double header to get a 4-0 win on Wednesday night.

Brooklyn got on the board first, and early.  Tyler Moore kicked things off by working a walk.  Tomas Nido would strike out, failing to advance the runner, but that did not matter to Moore as he would steal second during the next at-bat.  Following the steal Joe Tuschak hit a single to score Moore, giving Brooklyn a 1-0 lead.

Just an inning later, the Cyclones wanted to give starter Scarlyn Reyes some more run support and were able to come through.  Amed Rosario walked and on a wild pitch to Tucker Tharp, Rosario would advance to second.  Tharp would ground out, but advance Rosario to third, and Jhoan Ureña would strike out.  With Rosario at third and two outs, Michael Katz was able to work a walk, knocking out State College starter Daniel Poncedeleon.

With a new arm in the game, right fielder Michael Bernal entered the box and hit a bomb to center field for a 2-RBI triple, giving the Cyclones a nice 3-run cushion in the third inning.

Reyes would continue to pitch shutout baseball, exiting the game after throwing 5.0 innings of shutout where he scattered five hits, walked one batter, and struck out four.

Luis Mateo who is in Brooklyn as part of a rehabilition assignment, would enter in the sixth for Reyes, throwing 1.0 inning, just giving up 1 hit.  Edioglis Villasmil entered for Brooklyn in the seventh, only pitching for a 0.1 inning after giving up two hits and striking out one batter.

After Villasmil's departure, Kelly Secrest entered the game, pitching 1.2 innings of shutout ball, just giving up one hit, walking one, but striking out three.

The Cyclones tacked on another run in the top of the ninth on a first-pitch home run by Joe Tuschak who pulled one over the right field wall to give Brooklyn a 4-0 lead.

In the bottom of the ninth, Shane Bay entered to close out the game and was able to set down the Spikes batters in order, two of which came by way of strikeout as the Cyclones would go on to win 4-0.

The Cyclones return home next week and will take on the Jamestown at 7PM at MCU Park as part of a three game series against the Jammers.  For tickets to this game, or any other Cyclones home game this season, please stop by the MCU Park box office, call 718-507-TIXX, or log on to BrooklynCyclones.com.



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