Spokesman Bill Harner said 150 FDNY members will simultaneously throw out the first pitch.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) There will be a whole lot of slobbering, tail wagging and barking going on in Brooklyn on Sunday, August 2nd as “Bark In The Park” returns for the 8th year to the […]
Police said the three were able to get into the stadium on Surf Avenue, which is home to the Brooklyn Cyclones, through a loading dock gate.
All you “Saved by the Bell” fans are going to want to be in Brooklyn on June 24.
The Brooklyn Cyclones dedicated Saturday’s game to all things “Seinfeld.”
If you’re in the mood for a road trip, or simply want to come out to support your local team, make your next stop a minor league baseball game at one of these fan favorite stadiums.
That’s gold, Jerry! Gold! The Cyclones are hosting a “Salute to Seinfeld Night” on July 5, complete with a Keith Hernandez “Magic Loogie” bobblehead giveaway and batters in puffy shirts.
The stadium’s bleacher section — renamed “The BOW-WOW Zone” for the night — will be reserved for those who bring their pooches to the game in which the Cyclones takes on the Tri-City Valley Cats.
Vandals scrawled anti-Semitic and racist slurs on the statue of Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese.
A statue of Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese that was vandalized with messages of hate earlier this month will be rededicated Monday, before the Brooklyn Cyclones take on the Staten Island Yankees.
Yankees closing pitcher Mariano Rivera has condemned the defilement of a Jackie Robinson statue outside MCU Park at Coney Island.
“Defacing the Jackie Robinson statue is a dagger in the heart to everything America stands for,” Sen. Chuck Schumer said in a statement, “and I hope those who are responsible are caught, punished, and taught why what they did is so disgusting and offensive.”
Somebody spray-painted swastikas and racist slurs on the statue which depicts Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese in a famous pose from 1947.
The Brooklyn Cyclones have begun a new chapter on a new turf field on Coney Island, in a major symbol of revival from Superstorm Sandy.
The Brooklyn Cyclones’ all-natural field is going, going, gone.