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JAMESTOWN JAMS CYCLONES, 5-2

JAMESTOWN JAMS CYCLONES, 5-2

The Cyclones returned home on Wednesday evening for their first series against Jamestown. Before taking on the Jammers, the Cyclones wrapped up a six-game road trip, where they won their first game, but find themselves losing five straight before coming back to Brooklyn.

Brooklyn was unable to snap their five-game losing streak on Wednesday night, falling to the Jammers 5-2.

After an inning and a half of scoreless baseball, the Cyclones tried to improve on their shoddy offensive output following the road trip and were able to get a run across the board. Michael Katz led off with single that just made it passed the outstretched glove of second baseman Erik Lunde.

Two batters and one out later, Tomas Nido hit a single to right field, moving Katz over to third. A sacrifice fly by Michael Bernal would bring in Katz, who would be the only Brooklyn batter to score in the inning.

After a smooth 2.1 innings, starter Brandon Welch saw his day take a turn for the worse. Welch would give up four straight hits; a single, triple, double, and another single to plate three Jammers before he could stop the bleeding, however, only for a brief moment.

After getting a pop out for the second out, Welch would give up a double to Michael Suchy that would score another runner, giving Jamestown a 4-1 lead before getting a ground ball to get out of the inning.

The next half inning, the Cyclones tried to get a rally of their own going, but were unable to fully capitalize in the inning. Anthony Chavez reached on a lead off double that was misjudged by the left fielder and dropped in after a lengthy time in the air. After a strikeout by Tucker Tharp, Amed Rosario came up and hit an infield single, but the biggest hit of the inning would come off the bat of Jhoan Ureña. Ureña was able to knock a ball into the gap in left center, scoring Chavez and putting runners on second and third with just one out.

The one run was all the Cyclones would be able to get. Katz would strikeout on a borderline pitch that just got the inside corner, and despite hitting a ball that looked like it was headed for the picnic area behind the center field wall, Tyler Moore flew out, ending the inning with the Cyclones trailing 4-2.

In the top of the fourth, Welch’s night was cut short, and the Cyclones brought in Luis Mateo. Mateo only needed nine pitches to make it a 1-2-3 inning top half of the inning.

Tomas Nido, who hit a soft liner into right that dropped in for a single during his first trip to the plate, was able to have a repeat performance during his second at-bat, getting on base with a leadoff single. The Cyclones would strand yet another runner by going down in order after Nido’s single.

After 2.0 innings of no-hit baseball by Mateo, Alberto Baldonado took over on the mound for the Cyclones in the top of the sixth inning. Baldonado issued consecutive walks and after a sacrifice fly found himself in a jam with runners on the corners. Matters got a bit worse when Kevin Krause stole second, eliminating the double play opportunity, which allowed a run to score on the ensuing Kevin Ross ground out. Baldonado was able to get more ground out to get out of the inning, only giving up one run that would extend the Jamestown lead to 5-2.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Jammers brought in lefty Jared Lakind from the bullpen and he was able to get Bernal to strikeout looking on four pitches. With Joe Tuschak due to bat next, Tom Gamboa brought in Jeff Diehl to pinch hit, but the move would not provide the jumpstart the offense needed as Diehl would ground out to short.

Brooklyn was unable to get anything going offensively for the remainder of the game and would fall to the Jammers 5-2, extending their losing streak to six games.

The Cyclones have another five games at home before heading back out on the road. Make sure to get your tickets and come down to MCU Park for a great night of fun. To purchase tickets call 718-507-TIXX, visit the MCU Park Box Office, or right here at BrooklynCyclones.com.

JAMESTOWN JAMS CYCLONES, 5-2

The Cyclones returned home on Wednesday evening for their first series against Jamestown. Before taking on the Jammers, the Cyclones wrapped up a six-game road trip, where they won their first game, but find themselves losing five straight before coming back to Brooklyn.

Brooklyn was unable to snap their five-game losing streak on Wednesday night, falling to the Jammers 5-2.

After an inning and a half of scoreless baseball, the Cyclones tried to improve on their shoddy offensive output following the road trip and were able to get a run across the board. Michael Katz led off with single that just made it passed the outstretched glove of second baseman Erik Lunde.

Two batters and one out later, Tomas Nido hit a single to right field, moving Katz over to third. A sacrifice fly by Michael Bernal would bring in Katz, who would be the only Brooklyn batter to score in the inning.

After a smooth 2.1 innings, starter Brandon Welch saw his day take a turn for the worse. Welch would give up four straight hits; a single, triple, double, and another single to plate three Jammers before he could stop the bleeding, however, only for a brief moment.

After getting a pop out for the second out, Welch would give up a double to Michael Suchy that would score another runner, giving Jamestown a 4-1 lead before getting a ground ball to get out of the inning.

The next half inning, the Cyclones tried to get a rally of their own going, but were unable to fully capitalize in the inning. Anthony Chavez reached on a lead off double that was misjudged by the left fielder and dropped in after a lengthy time in the air. After a strikeout by Tucker Tharp, Amed Rosario came up and hit an infield single, but the biggest hit of the inning would come off the bat of Jhoan Ureña. Ureña was able to knock a ball into the gap in left center, scoring Chavez and putting runners on second and third with just one out.

The one run was all the Cyclones would be able to get. Katz would strikeout on a borderline pitch that just got the inside corner, and despite hitting a ball that looked like it was headed for the picnic area behind the center field wall, Tyler Moore flew out, ending the inning with the Cyclones trailing 4-2.

In the top of the fourth, Welch’s night was cut short, and the Cyclones brought in Luis Mateo. Mateo only needed nine pitches to make it a 1-2-3 inning top half of the inning.

Tomas Nido, who hit a soft liner into right that dropped in for a single during his first trip to the plate, was able to have a repeat performance during his second at-bat, getting on base with a leadoff single. The Cyclones would strand yet another runner by going down in order after Nido’s single.

After 2.0 innings of no-hit baseball by Mateo, Alberto Baldonado took over on the mound for the Cyclones in the top of the sixth inning. Baldonado issued consecutive walks and after a sacrifice fly found himself in a jam with runners on the corners. Matters got a bit worse when Kevin Krause stole second, eliminating the double play opportunity, which allowed a run to score on the ensuing Kevin Ross ground out. Baldonado was able to get more ground out to get out of the inning, only giving up one run that would extend the Jamestown lead to 5-2.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Jammers brought in lefty Jared Lakind from the bullpen and he was able to get Bernal to strikeout looking on four pitches. With Joe Tuschak due to bat next, Tom Gamboa brought in Jeff Diehl to pinch hit, but the move would not provide the jumpstart the offense needed as Diehl would ground out to short.

Brooklyn was unable to get anything going offensively for the remainder of the game and would fall to the Jammers 5-2, extending their losing streak to six games.

The Cyclones have another five games at home before heading back out on the road. Make sure to get your tickets and come down to MCU Park for a great night of fun. To purchase tickets call 718-507-TIXX, visit the MCU Park Box Office, or right here at BrooklynCyclones.com.



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