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Brooklyn Cyclones Tickets
Team: Brooklyn Cyclones
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Class: Short-Season Single-A
Affiliation: New York Mets
Brooklyn Cyclones TicketsThe connection between Brooklyn and baseball goes back decades. However, after the Brooklyn Dodgers relocated to Los Angeles following the 1957 season, the borough went 44 years without a baseball team to call its own. That ended in 2001 when the New York Mets created a short-season Single-A affiliate in Brooklyn. The Cyclones first home game on June 25, 2001 was as dramatic as anyone could have hoped. In fact, it ended in the bottom of the 10th inning with a walk-off RBI. That season, the dominance never stopped as the team proceeded to put up a record of 52-24 before being named co-league champions. Since that inaugural season, the Cyclones have established themselves as a staple in the postseason. In fact, the team has been in the playoffs in 10 of the 18 seasons since 2001. In 2019, the Cyclones won their first league championship since the 2001 season. Buy your Brooklyn Cyclones tickets today at StubHub, the world's largest online marketplace, to see the team play.
Who is the manager of the Brooklyn Cyclones?In January of 2020, the Brooklyn Cyclones introduced the 12th manager in franchise history. After 24 seasons as a college baseball coach, Ed Blankmeyer was named as the team's new manager. Blankmeyer had served as the head baseball coach for the St. John's Red Storm. The 65-year-old Blankmeyer is a lifelong Mets fan and believes his time as a college coach will help him develop players beginning their careers in the short-season Single-A league. Blankmeyer comes to Brooklyn with a record of 829-499, including six Big East titles and eight Big East Coach of the Year awards during his legendary run at St. John's. This will be Coach Blankmeyer's first venture into professional baseball.
Where do the Brooklyn Cyclones play their home games?The centerpiece of historic Coney Island is MCU Park, the home of the Brooklyn Cyclones. The baseball stadium is literally at the hub of the famed tourist attraction, just steps from the boardwalk and under the shadow of the legendary "Parachute Jump." The 7,500-seat stadium is not only used for baseball. The stadium was constructed to be a multi-purpose site and has hosted concerts from bands such as Def Leppard, Daft Punk and Phish. The team name is a tribute to the famed Cyclone roller coaster that sits within walking distance of the stadium. The stadium also pays tribute to the lengthy history of baseball in Brooklyn with a statue of Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese.
Are the Brooklyn Cyclones a part of any rivalries?In the MLB, the Mets and Yankees have long been cross-town rivals. That rivalry trickles all the way down to their Single-A affiliates. The Cyclones chief rival is the nearby Staten Island Yankees. The two teams not only play in the same division, but they are also separated by only 17 miles. While short-season Single-A ball is typically more about player development than rivalries, these two squads even fight over establishing a bigger social media following. Everything about the Cyclones and the Yankees is a rivalry.
Are there any former Brooklyn Cyclones who have gone on to play in Major League Baseball?To date, 76 players who spent time in Brooklyn have made it to the majors. Perhaps the most notable name is 2019 NL Rookie of the Year Pete Alonso. Pitchers Seth Lugo, John Gant and Matt Bowman are also products of the Brooklyn Cyclones. Other notable names include Yusmeiro Petit, Scott Kazmir, Daniel Murphy and Ike Davis.
Where can I buy Brooklyn Cyclones tickets?You can enjoy the secure checkout process at StubHub to get your Brooklyn Cyclones tickets to see the team live.
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