The Brooklyn Cyclones’ all-natural field is going, going, gone.
The Brooklyn Cyclones are teaming up with the Mayor’s Alliance For New York City’s Animals for the annual “Bark In The Park.”
Air Force week officially returns to New York City this Sunday with a long list of events that are sure to be crowd-pleasers.
Johan Santana has been activated from the disabled list and makes his return at Citi Field tonight against the Braves.
Johan Santana pitched three scoreless innings in Brooklyn and will likely be activated by the Mets on Saturday.
For those looking to forget about their ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend, Saturday night is their chance to do just that. Saturday night is “Trash Your Ex” night at MCU Park, the home of the Brooklyn Cyclones baseball team.
In an effort to reach a broader fanbase, the minor league franchise is opening its arms and gates to the evergrowing hipster population in the area by hosting “Williamsburg Night” on July 5th.
Ladies, want to look like you own the clubhouse on gameday? These are the venues to find shorts, shirts, and jerseys that treat you like a girl. Got curves? Here’s where to get gear. Team gear.
The Queen of Soul will be singing songs from her latest album “A Woman Falling Out of Love” plus some of her greatest hits like “Freeway of Love.”
Three members of the Williamsport Crosscutters, a Short-Season Class A team affiliated with the Philadelphia Phillies, suffered minor injuries when their bus was involved in an accident on Staten Island.
Jose Reyes will play ball in New York City on Monday, but it won’t be for the Mets.
After being passed over for Terry Collins this offseason, Wally Backman is “still absolutely confident and certain” he will land a managerial position in the majors. But first, the Mets’ new manager of Double-A Binghamton will try to lead his minor-league youngsters on their own trek to New York.
Christina Aguilera has been invited to sing a do-over. The Brooklyn Cyclones are offering the Staten Island native a chance to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” before one of the minor league baseball team’s home games this summer.
Frank Viola, pitching coach for the New York Mets’ Class A Cyclones, joined Benigno & Roberts on Tuesday morning to talk about his new gig in Brooklyn.
Ex-Mets starter Frank Viola is returning to professional baseball, agreeing to become the pitching coach for the Mets’ Class A Brooklyn Cyclones. The Mets also said Monday that Rich Donnelly will take over as manager.
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