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Jammers 4
Cyclones 0

Friday, Aug. 7, at Keyspan Park

Six hits. That’s all the Cyclones managed against Jamestown.

Clone starter James Fuller only gave up one run in five innings, but the Brooklyn bullpen yielded three more, putting it out of reach.

The team’s best chances for a run came in the first after a Jake Eigsti one-out double and then a wild pitch, but he got no further than third.

Eigsti doubled again in the fifth, but got stranded.

Robbie Shields hit a two-out triple in the sixth, but he remained there when Juan Centeno struck out.

The win cut the Cyclones’ first-place lead to four games.

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Rob from P.S. says:
I would hardly call a 4-0 loss a massacre.
Aug. 8, 2009, 12:27 pm
Joe Nardiello from Carroll Gardens says:
Was there w/family... and it was a close game until late. Both SPs were doing well. The visitors didn't overwhelm them, and while the team was flat coming off the road trip -- it was still a lot of fun BEING THERE at the Cyclones stadium, as usual... win, loss or draw. They'll be ok. They'll regroup.
Aug. 9, 2009, 12:42 am

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