Cyclones suffer season-ending loss in the semifinals

The Brooklyn Cyclones 2012 season has come to an end on a sour note. The team went head-to-head with the Hudson Valley Renegades in game

BROOKLYN - The Brooklyn Cyclones 2012 season has come to an end on a sour note.

The team went head-to-head with the Hudson Valley Renegades in game three of the New York-Penn League Monday. They lost 2-0, missing a run at the finals for a second year.

The team's only hit of the day went to Phillip Evans in the third inning.

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