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Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010

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One of the worst games of the season

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Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010


Suspended game, with Cyclones up 8-7, still suspended!

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Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010

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Nothing scary about these Lake Monsters

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Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010

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Big come-from-behind win against the Yankees

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Only five hits in bad loss to Yanks

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Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010

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Cyclone heroes play key role in All-Star Game loss

The Cyclones were out in full force during Tuesday night’s New York–Penn League all-star game, but for once their bats weren’t blasting baseballs all over the field in a 4-3 loss for the National League-affiliated players. Comment
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Cyclones lead the way to the all-star game

They have the best record in the New York–Penn League. They have the highest batting average and the most home runs. And their pitchers have given up the fewest earned runs. Comment
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On Tuesday, bring your dog to the game!

Meet Sid, who’s not only our office mascot, but a great fan of the first-place Brooklyn Cyclones. On Aug. 24, our beloved black lab will be at MCU Park to enjoy the Brooklyn Cyclones’ third annual “Bark in the Park” night, when pet owners can bring their best friends to the 7 pm game. True, the animals can’t sub in as a pinch-runner, but the mayor’s office will offer microchips and other goodies to show your pooch that you care. Call (718) 372-5596. Comment

Monday, Aug. 23, 2010

Bay News

Gunpoint robbery on 78th Street!

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Dead man washes up on Coney Island

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Wright choice: Former Jefferson star signs with Duquesne

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Rutgers recruit Randall shows off skills at Rucker Park

Two possessions was all you had to see to know everything you needed to about Derrick Randall. Comment
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Ex-Fordham star Parker looks to revive NBA career

Smush Parker has enjoyed his time overseas, but that doesn’t mean he is completely content. Comment
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South Shore product signs with Hawaii

Carlotta Mingo barely knew what basketball was when she came to Brooklyn from Guyana at 14. When she started playing the sport as a freshman at South Shore, Mingo didn’t just have to learn the finer points – she had to figure out if it was really what she wanted to do. Comment
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Former Loughlin star Allen content to put basketball dream on hold

Herbie Allen isn’t your traditional streetball story. Comment
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Mau Mau-ing the singles hitters! Low-ranked team beats Never Scared

The rain came down Sunday, but the Mau Mau’s resolve never wilted, as it knocked off second-ranked Never Scared in the night’s — and possibly the season’s — biggest upset. Comment
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‘Hell House’ still bedevils neighbors

A once-grand Voorhies Avenue mansion remains the neighborhood “hell house” more than four months after it was purchased by a new owner vowing to solve the problem — and neighbors remain furious. Comment
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Long night’s journey into win!

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