Brooklyn Cyclones

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The Brooklyn Cyclones began play in the New York-Penn League in 2001. They have been an affiliate of the New York Mets for their entire existence. In their inaugural season, the Cyclones were co-champions of the league. The team plays their home games in KeySpan Park in Brooklyn, NY.

In January 2009, the Cyclones announced that they will play one game (June 23, 2009) as the "Baracklyn Cyclones" in honor of Barack Obama.[1][2]

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach Coach
2001 52-24 1st Edgar Alfonzo League Co-Champs
2002 38-38 7th Howard Johnson
2003 47-28 2nd Tim Teufel Lost League Finals Roger LaFrancois Hector Berrios
2004 43-31 3rd Tony Tijerina Lost in 1st round Hector Berrios
2005 40-36 6th Mookie Wilson
2006 41-33 4th George Greer Lost in 1st round Hector Berrios
2007 49-25 1st Edgar Alfonzo Lost League Finals Hector Berrios
2008 45-30 4th Edgar Alfonzo Hector Berrios
2009 45-30 3rd (t) Pedro Lopez Lost in 1st round Jack Voigt Joel Fuentes
2010 51-24 1st Wally Backman Lost League Finals Joel Fuentes
2011 45-29 2nd Rich Donnelly Lost in 1st round
2012 45-31 4th Rich Donnelly Lost in 1st round Marc Valdes
2013 38-37 7th (t) Rich Donnelly Lost in 1st round Marc Valdes
2014 42-34 5th Tom Gamboa Benny Distefano Tom Signore / Dave LaRoche
2015 33-43 12th Tom Gamboa Yunir Garcia Dave LaRoche
2016 37-39 10th Tom Gamboa Sean Ratliff Billy Bryk, Jr. Edgardo Alfonzo
2017 Edgardo Alfonzo Sean Ratliff Royce Ring
The team's mascots with US Marines

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