2004-06-25 / Sports

Cyclones Win Again In Home Opener

Cyclones Win Again In Home Opener


The Brooklyn Cyclones’ Ambiorix Concepcion (27) drives in Dante Brinkley for an RBI single in the third inning. The Cyclones won their fourth consecutive opening day game with a 4-3 win over the Hudson Valley Renegades. Ivan Maldonado picked up his first win and Carlos Muniz saved his third game of the year.The Brooklyn Cyclones’ Ambiorix Concepcion (27) drives in Dante Brinkley for an RBI single in the third inning. The Cyclones won their fourth consecutive opening day game with a 4-3 win over the Hudson Valley Renegades. Ivan Maldonado picked up his first win and Carlos Muniz saved his third game of the year.
Sports Editor Elio Velez talks to Jeff Wilpon, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Brooklyn Cyclones and the son of Fred Wilpon, the New York Mets and Cyclones Chairman/CEO. As of press time, the Cyclones are 4-2 and tied for first place in the New York Penn League Short Season Single A McNamara Division.Sports Editor Elio Velez talks to Jeff Wilpon, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Brooklyn Cyclones and the son of Fred Wilpon, the New York Mets and Cyclones Chairman/CEO. As of press time, the Cyclones are 4-2 and tied for first place in the New York Penn League Short Season Single A McNamara Division.The Cyclones line up for the national anthem before the game.The Cyclones line up for the national anthem before the game.

David Torres, the first Cyclones player born in Brooklyn, signs autographs for the fans.David Torres, the first Cyclones player born in Brooklyn, signs autographs for the fans.Tony Tijerina, the new manager of the Cyclones, spoke to the press prior to the start of the Cyclones-Renegades game.Tony Tijerina, the new manager of the Cyclones, spoke to the press prior to the start of the Cyclones-Renegades game.

The Cyclones, composed of a mix of former high school and college players, stretch during practice.The Cyclones, composed of a mix of former high school and college players, stretch during practice.

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