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Blue Claws Power Past BKLYN in Series Finale

June 6, 2021

Prospects Pop, But so do ‘Claws 11-6 Baty finishes series with a bang, Alvarez drives in four *Win: Lackney (1-0) | Loss: Butto (1-2) Cyclones HR: Baty (4) Attendance: 2,043 *Box Score I Play-by-Play LAKEWOOD, NJ (June 6, 2021) – Behind five home runs, the Jersey Shore BlueClaws toppled the

Prospects Pop, But so do ‘Claws 11-6

Baty finishes series with a bang, Alvarez drives in four

Win: Lackney (1-0) | Loss: Butto (1-2)
Cyclones HR: Baty (4)
Attendance: 2,043
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Box Score** I Play-by-Play

LAKEWOOD, NJ (June 6, 2021) – Behind five home runs, the Jersey Shore BlueClaws toppled the Brooklyn Cyclones, the High-A affiliate of the New York Mets, 11-6 Sunday afternoon in 97-degree weather at FirstEnergy Park to win the series four games to two.

BIG MOMENTS

  • Trailing 3-1 in the third, the BlueClaws slammed three home runs against Brooklyn starter Jose Butto. Jose Tortolero, Logan O’Hoppe, and Jhailyn Ortiz each launched solo shots to take a 4-3 lead. Later in the eighth inning against Andrew Edwards, Nate Fassnacht capped the big day with a two-run home run.
  • The Cyclones jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, running Jersey Shore starter Jonathan Hughes from the game after just 2/3 of an inning. Francisco Alvarez ripped a two-run double to left field to make it 3-0 Cyclones. Alvarez added two more RBIs in the top of the sixth, ripping a single up the middle to cut the Brooklyn deficit to 6-5.
  • Brett Baty ripped a two-out solo home run to right field in the top of the eighth inning, bringing Brooklyn within three, 9-6.

KEY CYCLONES PERFORMERS GAME ONE

  • Francisco Alvarez: 3-4, two doubles, four RBI, walk
  • Brett Baty: 1-3, home run, RBI, two runs, two walks
  • Antoine Duplantis: 2-5, run
  • Ronny Mauricio: 1-5, double

NEWS AND NOTES

  • Brett Baty finished his week in Jersey Shore with two doubles, four home runs, and 10 RBIs in six games. The lefty swinger finished 11-21 (.524).
  • Jose Butto became the second Cyclones pitcher this week to allow four home runs in a game, joining Jaison Vilera who allowed four on Friday night.
  • Brooklyn bats homered 11 times in the series, while the pitching staff surrendered 13 long balls.

WHAT’S NEXT

Cyclones vs. Hudson Valley, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. - Maimonides ParkWatch: MiLB.TV** Audio:** Brooklyn Cyclones Radio Network