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Brooklyn Cyclones

Life in the Minors - Chapter 7: Superstitions

by DJ Sixsmith, JT Mercurio
For the 12th straight year WFUV is taking a look at what life is like in the Short Season Single-A NY Penn League...a close-up view of the Baby Bombers and Junior Mets as they attempt to climb the ladder to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. It's Brooklyn and Staten Island. It's the Cyclones and Yankees. It's Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives

Life in the Minors - Chapter 5: True Fans

by Nick Logerfo

For the 12th straight year WFUV is taking a look at what life is like in the Short Season Single-A NY Penn League...a close-up view of the Baby Bombers and Junior Mets as they attempt to climb the ladder to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. It's Brooklyn and Staten Island. It's the Cyclones and Yankees. It's Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

Life in the Minors - Chapter 4: On the Road Again

by Nick Logerfo

For the 12th straight year WFUV is taking a look at what life is like in the Short Season Single-A NY Penn League...a close-up view of the Baby Bombers and Junior Mets as they attempt to climb the ladder to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. It's Brooklyn and Staten Island. It's the Cyclones and Yankees. It's Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

Life in the Minors - Chapter 3: Pump up the Volume

by DJ Sixsmith, JT Mercurio

For the 12th straight year WFUV is taking a look at what life is like in the Short Season Single-A NY Penn League...a close-up view of the Baby Bombers and Junior Mets as they attempt to climb the ladder to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. It's Brooklyn and Staten Island. It's the Cyclones and Yankees. It's Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

Life in the Minors - Chapter 2: Road to the Minors

by Nick Logerfo

For the 12th straight year WFUV is taking a look at what life is like in the Short Season Single-A NY Penn League...a close-up view of the Baby Bombers and Junior Mets as they attempt to climb the ladder to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. It's Brooklyn and Staten Island. It's the Cyclones and Yankees. It's Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

Life in the Minors - Chapter 1: Great Expectations

by DJ Sixsmith, JT Mercurio

For the 12th straight year WFUV is taking a look at what life is like in the Short Season Single-A NY Penn League...a close-up view of the Baby Bombers and Junior Mets as they attempt to climb the ladder to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. It's Brooklyn and Staten Island. It's the Cyclones and Yankees. It's Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

WFUV Remembers Warner Fusselle

by Bob Ahrens
Warner on One on One in 2004 with Pat Reichart, Nick Kostos and Sixto Rivero

Warner Fusselle, the play by play voice of the Brooklyn Cyclones since the team's inception in 2001 has left us. Those of us at WFUV got to know him well, especially those who covered the Brooklyn Cyclones for our yearly “Life in the Minors” feature.

Warner was always gracious and willing to spend some time with the students giving advice and telling stories. The first time we had Warner on “One on One” he interrupted his introduction to tell us “I’ve been waiting 20 years to be on this show.”

Life in the Minors - Chapter 10: Adjusting to the Minors

by Steve Simineri, Kevin Sutcliffe
facebook.com/Staten-Island-Yankees

Minor League Baseball: How does it differ from the majors? For the eleventh consecutive year, WFUV goes behind the scenes with the Brooklyn Cyclones and Staten Island Yankees In the Short Season Single-A NY-Penn League, it's long bus rides, low pay, and 76 games in 80 days. This is our look at Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

Life in the Minors - Chapter 9: Off Days and Hobbies

by Mack Rosenberg, Sean Mercer
facebook.com/BrooklynCyclones

Mack Rosenberg, Brooklyn Cyclones Beat Reporter

For the players of the Staten Island Yankees and Brooklyn Cylcones, an off day is always welcome. They've had just two to this point in the season and have only four for the whole season! 76 games in 80 days is no joke for these players, who like to do a variety of things with their sacred 24 free hours when they come.