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2 days of rain delay Cyclones playoffs

The Brooklyn Paper

TROY, NY — The Brooklyn Cyclones drive for a New York-Penn League championship has been stalled.

The Clones have split the first two games of a best-of-three series with the Tri-City Valley Cats and the third game has been delayed twice thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Frances.

The series finale was to be played Friday night, Sept. 10, in Troy. If the Cyclones won, they would have advanced to the championship round against the Mahoning Valley Scrappers of Ohio. Game 1 would be played Sunday in Ohio and games 2 and 3 (if necessary) would be played at Keyspan Park Monday and Tuesday.

September 11 , 2004 issue  

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