Before Jake Mangum was a champion with the Brooklyn Cyclones, he was setting records in the SEC as a member of the Mississippi State Bulldogs. This limited edition (500) bobblehead pays homage to Jake's role in winning the 2019 NYPL Title as well as his title of SEC Hit King.
In accordance with the news from Major League Baseball (MLB) and the New York-Penn League (NYPL), the 2020 Championship season will not be played across Minor League Baseball for the first time since its founding in 1901, which officially cancels the 2020 Brooklyn Cyclones season
The Brooklyn Cyclones defeated the Lowell Spinners by the score of 4-3 on Tuesday Night at MCU Park to win the 2019 New York-Penn League Championship. For the Cyclones it marked their first solo title in franchise history after splitting a championship with the Williamsport Crosscutters in 2001.
Join us at MCU Park from Monday, July 17th - Wednesday, July 19th for Brooklyn Cyclones Baseball Camp. Children between the ages of 7-14 can learn the fundamentals - with an emphasis on fun - from Cyclones players and staff. The camp, which runs from 9 AM - 2 PM each day, also includes lunch and tickets to a pair of Cyclones games.
On Wednesday, August 2nd the Cyclones will celebrate some of our favorite baseball movies of all time. Included in that night will be an appearance from Chauncy Leopardi, who played the role of Squints in "The Sandlot." Starting Saturday at 10 AM you can get a ticket and limited edition bobblehead for just $20.
On Wednesday, July 19th the Cyclones will hold Villain Appreciation Night featuring an appearance from Christopher McDonald who famously played the role of Shooter McGavin in the film "Happy Gilmore." As part of this unique celebration, fans can get a limited edition Shooter McGavin Bobblehead and game ticket for just $20.
The Class-A Short-Season New York-Penn League and its member clubs are proud to announce that the league's philanthropic arm, the NYPL Charitable Foundation, will once again award over $10,000 in scholarships this summer to deserving high school graduates from the league's 14 markets.