The Cyclones finished their roadtrip in to Hudson Valley by sweeping the Renegades 4-0 to improve to 5-2 on the season & take a 1 game lead over the Gades in the McNamara Division.
The game remain scoreless through the 1st 5 innings.
In the top of the 6th, Darren Fischer came in to pitch. Amed Rosario led off with a walk. Luis Arrizurieta, who replaced Tyler Moore who injured himself in a collision with Michael Katz in the 2nd, tripled to right to make it 1-0. Michael Katz then went down swinging. Tomas Nido then singled to center, scoring Arrizurieta and giving Brooklyn the 2-0 lead. Jhoan Urena lined out to short, followed by a Jeff Diehl walk. Tucker Tharp then singled to center, scoring Nido and moving Diehl to 3rd. With Anthony Chavez batting, Tucker Tharp stole 2nd. Chavez walked to load the bases, but Joe Tuschak flew out to end the inning.
The Cyclones would tack on 1 more in the 8th, on an RBI double by Tucker Tharp, scoring Michael Bernal who pinch ran for Jeff Diehl. Edioglis Villasmil came in the 9th & send the Gades down in order, giving Brooklyn the win.