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…and sometimes it rains.

The sky opened up in Hudson Valley last night, causing the Cyclones–Renegades game to be called after three innings with the Clones in front 2–0.

After Hayden Senger doubled, Ross Adolph continued his dominant streak by smacking a two-run homer in the third to put the Clones on top right before the game was called.

The game will resume today at 5:05 pm as the first game of a doubleheader in Hudson Valley.

Think about that.

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Posted 8:29 am, August 18, 2018
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