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Eye of the Storm: The World’s Best Coverage of the Brooklyn Cyclones

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Class-A the big uneasy for 5-year vet Schilling

Cyclones: Cyclones second baseman Micah Schilling was a first-round draft pick straight out of his Louisiana high school in 2002, making him one of the top prospects in all of baseball. So why is he still in Class-A ball? Comment.

See ya later, Bubba

Cyclones: Bubba Trammell is a former major leaguer — and a former Met to boot — but when he came to town last week as a member of the Aberdeen Ironbirds, the Cyclones pitching staff struck him out four times in eight at-bats. Comment.

He’s Clones’ hair apparent

Cyclones: Ballplayers will do almost anything for good luck. Some tie their shoes differently or eat only chicken before games. Jason Jacobs tried a mustache. Comment.

The plot thickens

Play’s the Thing: Our columnist recalls 1951, when the Giants stole — literally, stole — the pennant from the Dodgers Comment.

Wiggin’ out

Cyclones: A woman wigs out on the Cyclone — and our reporter is there! Comment.

Capping it off

Cyclones: Brandan Kawal may be from California, but the version of the Dodgers that he loves is from Brooklyn. Comment.

A great week for the first-place Clones!

Cyclones: Here are this week’s game summaries. Comment.

The Professor of Pitching preaches

Cyclones: As promised in our last issue, we will now discuss the Cyclones’ impressive pitching staff — not an easy task since the Cyclones have 17 hurlers. Comment.