Opening Day 2015Since the dawn of New York – Penn League Baseball in the Five Boroughs, it has become tradition since 2001 for Brooklyn Cyclones fans to make the trip to RCB Ballpark by driving over the Verrazano Bridge or taking the Staten Island Ferry to see our beloved Cyclones play road games against our rival Staten Island Yankees.

Many fans tend to just buy tickets on the day of the game when they get there, but do not realize they can save money by purchasing a mini-plan for the 5 games the Cyclones will play in Richmond County this season.

The Staten Island Yankees ticketing office will allow fans to organize their mini-plan to fit the games against the Brooklyn Cyclones in.

4 Game Plans

A 4-game plan for the Staten Island Yankees works better for those who plan on going solo. It’s $48 ($12 a game) for the pack. You will save $6 off regular ticket pricing (33% savings). You can get the same location for all 4 games. If you cannot make the game, you have to exchange the seat BEFORE the game, not after. The team also throws in pint glass for all 4-game a mini-plan holders.

7 Game Plans

This plan works better for those who want to split with someone, as the Cyclones will only play 5 games in RCB Ballpark this season. It’s $77 for the pack ($11 a game). You save $7 off regular ticket pricing (38% savings). You can get the same location for all 7 games. You can exchange unused tickets before and after the sames. They also give you a free New York Yankees ticket, a gift for being a Mini plan holder, as well as a 10% discount to the Team Store.


If you are interested in buying a plan, contact Steven Liss at the Staten Island Yankees. His direct line is 718.313.1312. Tell him Daniel Weiss referred you.

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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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