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Cyclones Lose 7th Straight, Shutout 3-0 in Maryland

Aberdeen, MD – June 30, 2017 – The Brooklyn Cyclones (2-8) were defeated for the seventh straight game on Friday night, falling to the Aberdeen IronBirds (5-5), 3-0, in Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium. Gunnar Kines lost his second game of the year but pitched well. He completed five innings, allowed five hits, two runs, walked one and struck out three.


Yet, the Brooklyn offense failed to get it going again. The team mustered only four hits, struck out 12 times and left 15 runners on base. Brooklyn has yet to shake off the batting woes from the last couple seasons. The Cyclones are second-to-last in the New York Penn League in hitting with a .195 team batting average.


The IronBirds took the lead in the bottom of the first with two quick runs. Ben Breazeale and Zach Jarrett each recorded RBI. In the bottom of the sixth, Trevor Craport homered to left to bring the lead to three.


With the loss, Brooklyn now has the worst record in the NYPL. The team will return home tomorrow night to take on the Conneticut Tigers. Brooklyn has yet to win a game at home this season. The Tigers are tops in the Stelder division with a 7-3 record.

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