There is plenty going on this week at MCU Park. From College Baseball, to seeing the Cyclones play baseball in Brooklyn, to a big sale of Cyclones items, there is no reason not to make the trip to Coney Island this week.
The NYU Violets will be playing 6 games this week, as they have 3 doubleheaders in 4 days.
Admission to NYU Violets games is $5 and free to all those with a NYU Student, Staff, Faculty or Alumni Card.
The Cyclones that will be playing at MCU Park this week are not the Mets farm team in Brooklyn, but the Centenary College Cyclones from Hackettstown, New Jersey. Those Cyclones will make a trip to MCU Park to take on the NYU Violets on Wednesday, March 23rd. Game 1 of the doubleheader is scheduled to begin at 3:00 PM. Game 2 will begin roughly 25 minutes after Game 1.
Friday, March 25th will see a match-up of NYU vs YU in an early morning twinbill. The New York University Violets will host the Yeshiva University Maccabees for two games, with Game 1 starting at 11:00 AM. Game 2 will begin 25 minutes after Game 1, but may end after it’s official game, as most players keep Shabbat. Also, if you haven’t seen a no-hitter in person yet, now is your chance as Yeshiva has been no-hit twice this season, to go along with 2 games where they only amassed one hit
NYU will close out the week on Saturday, March 26th with a twin-bill against Haverford College Fords. Game 1 will start at 12:00 PM with game 2 about 25 minutes after the conclusion of Game 1.
During the games on Friday & Saturday, there will be the Cyclones City Spring Clearance Sale. You do not need to attend the games in partake in the sale. The sale runs from 10 AM to 4 PM both days.
All items, except those on the clearance racks, will be 35% off, but all 2015 & 2016 Season Ticket Holders will get 50% off their purchase. Make sure you have your 2015 Brooklyn Cyclones STH Card. They have a list for those who don’t have their cards.
While you are there, make sure to say hello to the new manager of Cyclones City, Paul. Jorge Rosas, who was the manager of the store for many years, has moved on to a new job in San Francisco and we wish him good luck in his new career.