August 17, 2014 / Sports / Brooklyn Cyclones / The Ride

Cyclones win fourth straight

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Aug. 16 in Vermont

Two-out runs batted in and strong pitching from starter Albert Baldonado and the Cyclones bullpen earned the Brooklyn its fourth-straight win.

The Clones scored first in the third when Amed Rosario’s two-out double brought home John Mora, who singled moments before.

In the fourth, Michael Conforto was hit by a pitch and, two outs later, stole second. Tyler Moore than doubled him home, giving the Clones a two-run cusion.

Baldanado cruised through five innings, allowing just one hit and striking out seven.

A passed ball on a pitch by Carlos Valdez helped the only Lake Monster run to cross the plate, and All-Star closer Shane Bay closed things out in the ninth, earning his 13th save.

The Cyclones take on the Lake Monster one last time on Sunday before the All-Star game at MCU Park.

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