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Cyclones lose — but the playoffs await

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Cyclones 3
Tigers 6

Sunday, Aug. 29 at Connecticut

One night after the Cyclones clinched the McNamara Division, they lost on the road.

Starter Angel Cuan gave up four quick runs — three of them earned — before the Cyclones clawed back with three runs in the fourth inning.

Darrell Ceciliani walked, J.B. Brown doubled and Cory Vaughn cleared the bases with his 13th homer of the year — setting a new single-season Cyclones record!

But that was all the Cyclones would manage on the night.

Still, the Cyclones were still basking in the glow of their fifth McNamara Division title in 10 seasons, the first since 2007.

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