2007-02-02 / Sports

Brooklyn Cyclones Donate Uniforms To Youth Leagues

This spring, the Brooklyn Cyclones will be donating hundreds of uniforms to youth baseball players throughout the New York area. The uniforms will consist of jerseys and caps, bearing the team's name and logo, giving kids a chance to truly "play for the Cyclones."

As part of the team's S.T.R.I.K.E program (Striving To Restore and Improve Kids Equipment), the Cyclones will be outfitting 50 youth league teams throughout Brooklyn and the surrounding communities.

"Many of our young fans have a dream to someday play for the Cyclones," said General Manager Steve Cohen. "This is a great way for our organization to thank kids for their support, donate new high-quality items to local leagues, and help youngsters feel like they are taking a step closer to their dreams." If you are a youth league official, coach, parent, or player and would like your team to be considered for this unique donation program, please send an email to info@brooklyncyclones.com with the subject line: "Uniforms."

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