Brooklyn Cyclones

Brooklyn Cyclones

Brooklyn Cyclones is a name of a team that plays professional baseball in the minor league. The team is affiliated to Short-Season A by the Mets of New York. The MCU Park that is by the boardwalk of Coney Island in the City borough of New York of Brooklyn is where the team plays its games. In the history of its franchise, this team has seven titles of division to its name.

By the name of Brooklyn Cyclones, they have four titles of division. Brooklyn Cyclones have made it to the playoffs for about six times. In the year of 2001, this team was the co-champions with Williamsport Crosscutters for the championship series were ended due to the terror attacks in September.

The chief rival of the Brooklyn Cyclones are the Yankees of the Staten Island. A contest for naming the team was held so that a new name could be decided for the franchise of Brooklyn.

Brooklyn Cyclone was the selection among all. The new park of the team was completed for the season of 2001. There was no baseball team in Brooklyn other than Brooklyn Cyclones after the departure of the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1958. So many fans came to watch he game that additional seats were added for accommodation.

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