Another big win for the Cyclones

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Valley Cats 4
Cyclones 5

Friday, Sept. 3 at MCU Park

The Cyclones took one step closer to the best winnering percentage in franchise history with a squeaker over the

The Clones built a 5–0 lead with a run in the third on newcomer ZeErika McQueen’s RBI single, and then busting out for four runs in the fourth.

Cory Vaughn led off with a double, which was followed by run on a groundout. Juan Centeno knocked in another run on a single before James Schroeder blew it open with a two-run blast, his first homer of the year.

The Valley Cats made it close, thanks to a double and a triple in the fifth and a two-run homer in the ninth, but it was too little, too late.

Starter Angel Cuan, in his playoff tuneup, was great, pitching four shutout innings. He’ll start Game 2 of the semi-final series next Thursday.

The win raised the Cyclones winning percentage to .685, thanks to a 50–23 record. The inaugural 2001 Cyclones were 52-24 or .684.

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