qmeme_1435758584712_379The Cyclones saw their winning streak snapped last night, as they fell to the Doubledays 3-2 in front of a rain soaked crowd of 846 at Falcon Park.

After a rain delay just over an hour, the Cyclones once again got on the scoreboard the 1st chance they got. Vinny Siena hit a 1-out single off Doubledays starter McKenzie Mills. Michael Bernal drew a walk and Siena, who was attempting a steal, went to 3rd on an overthrow by Doubledays Catcher Jorge Tillero. David Thompson doubled to left scoring Siena and moving Bernal to 3rd. Michael Katz drew a walk to load the bases. Brandon Brosher hit a sac fly to score Bernal, but Thompson got caught trying to go to 3rd to end the inning, but the Cyclones were up 2-0.

Kevin Canelon took the mound for Brooklyn, but was unable to maintain the lead. In the Bottom of the 1st, he gave up a 1-out walk to Dalton Dulin. Matthew Page doubled to make it 2nd & 3rd. David Kerian singled to score Dulin & send Page to 3rd before getting out of the inning. In the Bottom of the 2nd, he gave out a 2-out walk to Edwin Lora, who stole 2nd & score on a single by Andrew Stevenson.

Canelon exited the game after 5 innings for Jose Celas. Celas immediately gave up a single to Page, who would score on a single by Kerian to make it 3-2. The Cyclones were unable to score and snapped their 3 game winning streak. They are now 7-4, half a game up on Staten Island.

The Cyclones head to Hudson Valley tonight to take on the Renegades at 7pm with RHP Tyler Badamo (0-1, 2.85) going up against LHP Greg Maisto (0-1, 27.00).



About Daniel S. Weiss

I have been an avid Cyclones fan since 2001. In December of 2013 I decided to launch my own blog "Brooklyn Baseball Banter" to cover the Brooklyn Cyclones.

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