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Clone stars pace All-Star game win

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The Cyclones dominated the New York–Penn League All-Star game on Tuesday night, with hot-hitter Daniel Muno scoring two with a double and the Brooklyn bullpen closing out the game in the ninth.

The National League All-Stars beat their American League rivals, 7–3, but it would have been different without Muno, who laced a double in the ninth inning that scored two — part of a three-run rally that put the game out of reach.

In the bottom of the ninth, Cyclone closers T.J. Chism and Todd Weldon struck out the side, never letting the American Leaguers get close.

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