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Connecticut Tigers 2, Brooklyn Cyclones 0, July 14 at Connecticut

Loss drops Clones below .500

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Connecticut 2

Cyclones 0

July 14 in Connecticut

Fog halted play on Monday night and left the Cyclones in a haze as the team dropped its fifth straight game in a shortened, six-inning contest against the Tigers.

Marcos Molina got the ball for the Cyclones and got his first loss of the season, tossing four-and-two-thirds innings, striking out five and giving up two runs on five hits. Still, Molina’s earned-run average is a microscopic .094

The Clones only hits came from Jhoan Urena, Michael Katz, and Adrian Abreu. Urena had two singles on in the first and one in the sixth, the only batter who would be seen in the sixth before the game was called, Katz also had a single in the first, right after Urena and one in the fourth, Abreu had a single in the third.

The Cyclones will enjoy an off day on Tuesday before returning home to MCU Park for a six game home stand on Wednesday.

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