2005-07-01 / Sports

Cyclones Get Off To Early Hot Start


The Brooklyn Cyclones finished off an impressive week by sweeping a doubleheader last Wednesday night at Keyspan Park against the New Jersey Cardinals to improve their record to 7-2 at press time. Waner Mateo was one of the stars for Brooklyn last week by pitching six scoreless innings and got the victory in his debut against the Aberdeen Ironbirds last Saturday night.
The Brooklyn Cyclones finished off an impressive week by sweeping a doubleheader last Wednesday night at Keyspan Park against the New Jersey Cardinals to improve their record to 7-2 at press time. Waner Mateo was one of the stars for Brooklyn last week by pitching six scoreless innings and got the victory in his debut against the Aberdeen Ironbirds last Saturday night. Infielder Joe Mihalics slides safely into second base ahead of the tag by Aberdeen Ironbirds shortstop Francisco Garcia last Saturday night. Manager Mookie Wilson has led the Cyclones into first place of the McNamara Division of the New York Penn League. The Cyclones play a three game homestand from July 5-7 against New Jersey and the Staten Island Yankees. Photos By Pete BorrielloInfielder Joe Mihalics slides safely into second base ahead of the tag by Aberdeen Ironbirds shortstop Francisco Garcia last Saturday night. Manager Mookie Wilson has led the Cyclones into first place of the McNamara Division of the New York Penn League. The Cyclones play a three game homestand from July 5-7 against New Jersey and the Staten Island Yankees. Photos By Pete Borriello

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