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Walkoff Sac Fly Gives Cyclones Extra-Innings Win

An article by posted on July 4, 2013 0 Comments
Walkoff Sac Fly Gives Cyclones Extra-Innings Win

It really should have been Johan Santana dangling left arm night based on his injury history with the Mets, but instead Wednesday night at MCU Park in Coney Island was Johan Santana bobblehead night. And the Brooklyn Cyclones did not disappoint, as the team scratched out a 2-1 victory over the Staten Island Yankees in […]

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MMO Spotlight: Josh Satin Has Always Been A Good Hitter

An article by posted on July 3, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Spotlight: Josh Satin Has Always Been A Good Hitter

It’s pretty easy rooting for Josh Satin. All the kid has really ever wanted to do is play baseball, and wherever he’s played, he’s excelled. Two things remain consistent about Satin’s baseball run over a lengthy span of years. The kid can hit and more often than not, he’s selected as an all-star. Satin was […]

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A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Our 100 Loss Season

An article by posted on July 3, 2013 0 Comments
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Our 100 Loss Season

Over the years there have been plenty of great 1-2 combinations: Ruth and Gehrig, Spahn and Sain, Jackie and Pee Wee, Mays and McCovey, Seaver and Kooz, Newman and Redford, Fielder and Cabrera, Bonds and…Huh? Newman and Redford??? In 1969, veteran Hollywood actor Paul Newman and relative newcomer Robert Redford teamed up to star in one […]

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Cyclones Drop Wild Extra-Inning Contest

An article by posted on July 2, 2013 0 Comments
Cyclones Drop Wild Extra-Inning Contest

Extra-inning games seemed to be the theme of the organization Monday night. The big club won a crazy 13-inning affair over the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citi Field, but the Brooklyn Cyclones dropped a 12-inning contest to the Staten Island Yankees at MCU Park in Coney Island. The Cyclones’ 8-7 loss was a wild affair, especially […]

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Check Out These Shots From The B-Mets Doubleheader!

An article by posted on July 1, 2013 0 Comments
Check Out These Shots From The B-Mets Doubleheader!

We already have an amazing photographer on staff in Gordon Donovan, whose photos you often see popping off the page across all of our articles. But you can never have too much good photography around a baseball blog, so I’d like to introduce you all to some work from a new photographer added to our […]

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No. 33 Keeping Hope Alive In Flushing, Queens

An article by posted on June 29, 2013 0 Comments
No. 33 Keeping Hope Alive In Flushing, Queens

There really is something special about going to Citi Field on a day when Matt Harvey pitches. If the Mets are in the midst of yet another miserable season, you’d never know it. Walking into Friday’s game, the excitement and buzz over the main attraction was truly overwhelming. Families and friends all bustled towards the […]

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Cyclones’ Pitcher Honors Father, Family With Glove

An article by posted on June 27, 2013 0 Comments
Cyclones’ Pitcher Honors Father, Family With Glove

Cyclones’ lefty reliever John Mincone is back in Brooklyn this summer, and already he’s off to a similar start as last year’s All-Star campaign. He maybe was a candidate to start the year at a higher level of the minors, but he suffered a bout of tendinitis that delayed his offseason conditioning. He’s settled in […]

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Listen To B-Mets GM Jim Weed Friday Morning

An article by posted on June 27, 2013 0 Comments
Listen To B-Mets GM Jim Weed Friday Morning

The Binghamton Mets, one of the hottest professional baseball teams at any level, are causing a stir in the baseball world. Friday morning, Jim Weed, the General Manager of the B-Mets, will be a guest on Tip-Off, a sports radio show that can be heard on WIOX 91.3 FM. Weed will discuss his climb through […]

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Bill Veeck and the Chicago White Sox

An article by posted on June 25, 2013 0 Comments
Bill Veeck and the Chicago White Sox

The Mets play a short two game series on Chicago’s south side, against the White Sox. When I think about White Sox baseball, I think of three things: Bill Veeck, an exploding scoreboard, and Disco Demolition NIght, of course the latter two would have never happened if not for Veeck. Bill Veeck, however, should be […]

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June 18, 2013 Was A Turning Point For The New York Mets

An article by posted on June 25, 2013 0 Comments
June 18, 2013 Was A Turning Point For The New York Mets

They say that every great run of success usually had its roots in a turning point. Looking at Mets history you can say we’ve had quite a few turning points – both good and bad. Gil Hodges and Tom Seaver were certainly turning points for the Mets – when they went from lovable losers to […]

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