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MAJOR NEWS ABOUT DANNY GARCIA
Before coming up with the Mets in 2003 and 2004, when this bobblehead debuted, Danny Garcia played for the Short-Season A affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones. In fact, Garcia was the first Cyclone to graduate ...
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BASEBALL RETURNS TO BROOKLYN
Keyspan Park was the name of the Mets-affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones’ home field from its opening in 2001 until 2010, when it was renamed MCU Park for new sponsor Municipal Credit Union. The park restore ...
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BANNISTER’S BROOKLYN BOBBLEHEAD
Brian Bannister became the first Brooklyn Cyclones pitcher to make his MLB debut with the Mets. After three strong seasons with New York’s minor league affiliate club, Bannister started as a Met again ...
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A TINY TIM TEUFEL
Tim Teufel got his start with the Mets in 1986, playing 93 games during the championship season. The infielder batted .444 in three World Series outings, as the Mets won in seven games over the Boston ...
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SAY HELLO TO SANDY THE SEAGULL
Mets fans don’t need to travel far to enjoy great minor league baseball. Since 2001, the Brooklyn Cyclones have been the Short-Season A affiliate, producing Mets players such as Michael Conforto, Rob ...
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A SILLY SEAGULL SON, PEE WEE
The Brooklyn Cyclones introduced Pee Wee in 2003, their second mascot named after a Brooklyn Dodgers legend. The Mets-affiliated minor league club has a strong tradition of recognizing the borough’s b ...