A rainout — but a half-game lead trim

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Tigers (postponed, rain)

Friday, Aug. 28 at Oneonta

The Cyclones were rained out, but the hated Staten Island Yankees won in Tri-City (damn Tri-City!), so the Cyclones’ first-place lead is down to just three games with 12 to play.

The Yankees have a six-game winning streak.

Check back later for the report on the Cyclones-Oneonta double-header on Saturday.

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Harvey Poris from Brooklyn Heights says:
The Cyclones (and Yankees) have 10 games left after yesterday's rainout. The Cyclones have the far tougher schedule with 6 games vs. Lowell, 2 vs Oneonta (both have winning records) and 2 vs Hudson Valley. The hated Yanks have 6 vs. Vermont, 2 vs Aberdeen and 2 vs Tri-Cities, all teams with losing records.
Aug. 29, 2009, 3:09 pm

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