Tagged: Brooklyn

Tails from the Road

The Tigers recently completed a 3 game series against the Brooklyn Cyclones.

The Cyclones play at MCU Park.

The stadium is right on Coney Island and its famous boardwalk.

The Boardwalk is home to the original Nathan’s Famous.

Outfielder Tyler Collins hit one of, if not the longest, HR in MCU Park history on Wednesday.  The ball cleared the right field bleachers and landed just before the beach. 

The Tigers return home tonight to begin a 3 game homestand against Batavia.

Tigers vs. Brooklyn

The Tigers finished their 3 game set with the Brooklyn Cyclones Monday night.

Connecticut took the final 2 games of the series.

Photos from the games:

Kids were able to get Amber Alert Photo ID cards made on the concourse.

On a hot Sunday afternoon at Dodd Stadium,

Jason King, who hit a Home Run, was named Player of the Game.

Following the game, children ran the bases and had a catch on the field.

The Hole in the Wall Bar remains a popular option for fans.

Shortstop Eugenio Suarez went 4-4 on Monday night.

Relief Pitcher Daniel Bennett picked up 2 saves this series, bringing his season total to 5.

 

The Tigers are in the midst of a 8-game, 3 city road trip.  The team returns home Thursday July 21st.

Road Trip to Lowell and Staten Island

Tonight, the Tigers finish up a 5- game road trip to Lowell and Staten Island.

The Spinners play at LeLacheur Park.

Lowell is the host of the 2011 New York-Penn League All Star game.

The stadium is located on the UMass-Lowell campus.

In between games of the doubleheader on Tuesday, the first ever “Human Home Run” was a hit at LeLacheur Park, as David Smith, Sr. flew over the outfield wall out of a cannon from the outfield much to the delight of the LeLacheur Park faithful! The Human Home Run a Hit! (Video from:  Fox25 Boston and the Lowell Spinners).

The Tigers then traveled to Staten Island.

Richmond County Bank Ballpark gives fans a great view of the Manhattan Skyline.

The Tigers return home tomorrow for a 3-game set against the Brooklyn Cyclones, the Mets’ New York-Penn League affiliate.