Brooklyn Cyclones swept the State College Spikes by winning the final game of a
three-game set at Medlar Field at
the loss, the Spikes (13-13) have lost three in a row, and have tasted victory
juust twice since their nine game winning streak was snapped on July 5.
lead hardly lasted, though, as the Spikes immediately countered with a pair in
the home half of the second. After a
leadoff walk to Bobby Spain, Marcus Davis tripled him home to cut
all the Spikes would get as the Cyclones got to reliever Taylor Cameron (2-1)
in the sixth and one in the eighth.
After two outs in the sixth, Kawal was hit by a pitch,
and later scored on a Matt Bouchard triple to give the Cyclones a lead they
would not relinquish. Another run in the
eighth came when Bouchard singled home Chris Fournier.
Spikes hit the road for six games starting tomorrow at 7:05 when they take on
the Hudson Valley Renegades for a three game series before heading to
of that game begins on WZWW-FM, 95.3 and the Spikes Radio Network at 6:50 p.m.
Moises Robles (1-4) will look to right the ship for