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CYCLONES EDGE ABERDEEN, 3-2

ABERDEEN, M.D. – August 23, 2015 - Through a fierce pitcher’s duel, the Cyclones edged the IronBirds by a score of 3-2 Sunday night, advancing to just one game behind Aberdeen in the division standings. First baseman Zach Mathieu went 4-3 with three RBI, claiming credit for batting in all three of Brooklyn’s runs scored. Right-hander Jose Celas takes the win for the Cyclones, pitching a scoreless seventh inning, in relief for Eddie Villasmil after in 6.0 innings of work with two runs, all earned, and five strikeouts.

Aberdeen drew first blood in the second. The IronBirds’ Ryan Mountcastle hit a two-run homerun with two outs in the second to catch an early lead. The Cyclones countered in the fourth after Jeff Diehl walked and took second on a wild pitch by Aberdeen’s Jean Cosme. Mathieu then sent a line drive double to left field, scoring Diehl and limiting the deficit to 2-1.

Brooklyn tied up the score in the sixth. A double by Diehl followed by a single from Mathieu notched a second run on the board for the Cyclones. With Celas and southpaws P.J. Conlon and Carlos Valdez making appearances from the bullpen to hold off the IronBirds, the Cyclones got the edge on Aberdeen in the eighth. After Branden Kaupe worked a walk, the third baseman reached third on a fielding error by the IronBirds centerfielder following a single from Diehl. Despite a pitching change for Aberdeen, a single by Mathieu scored Kaupe and gave the Cyclones a lead they would hold for the remainder of the game.

Brooklyn’s Boys of Summer return home Monday night for the first game of a commuter series with Hudson Valley. Right-hander Tyler Badamo (3-6) will take the mound for the Cyclones and first pitch is set for 7 pm. Be sure to stick around too, because everyone is invited to run the bases post game. Tickets, which start at just $10, are still available and can be purchased at the MCU Park Box Office, by calling (718)507-TIXX or right here at BrooklynCyclones.com.

ABERDEEN, M.D. – August 23, 2015 - Through a fierce pitcher’s duel, the Cyclones edged the IronBirds by a score of 3-2 Sunday night, advancing to just one game behind Aberdeen in the division standings. First baseman Zach Mathieu went 4-3 with three RBI, claiming credit for batting in all three of Brooklyn’s runs scored. Right-hander Jose Celas takes the win for the Cyclones, pitching a scoreless seventh inning, in relief for Eddie Villasmil after in 6.0 innings of work with two runs, all earned, and five strikeouts.

Aberdeen drew first blood in the second. The IronBirds’ Ryan Mountcastle hit a two-run homerun with two outs in the second to catch an early lead. The Cyclones countered in the fourth after Jeff Diehl walked and took second on a wild pitch by Aberdeen’s Jean Cosme. Mathieu then sent a line drive double to left field, scoring Diehl and limiting the deficit to 2-1.

Brooklyn tied up the score in the sixth. A double by Diehl followed by a single from Mathieu notched a second run on the board for the Cyclones. With Celas and southpaws P.J. Conlon and Carlos Valdez making appearances from the bullpen to hold off the IronBirds, the Cyclones got the edge on Aberdeen in the eighth. After Branden Kaupe worked a walk, the third baseman reached third on a fielding error by the IronBirds centerfielder following a single from Diehl. Despite a pitching change for Aberdeen, a single by Mathieu scored Kaupe and gave the Cyclones a lead they would hold for the remainder of the game.

Brooklyn’s Boys of Summer return home Monday night for the first game of a commuter series with Hudson Valley. Right-hander Tyler Badamo (3-6) will take the mound for the Cyclones and first pitch is set for 7 pm. Be sure to stick around too, because everyone is invited to run the bases post game. Tickets, which start at just $10, are still available and can be purchased at the MCU Park Box Office, by calling (718)507-TIXX or right here at BrooklynCyclones.com.



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