Stephan, Krill Lift Staten Island Past Lowell

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – After taking two out of three games from the Hudson Valley Renegades to open their homestand, the Staten Island Yankees began a three-game set against the Lowell Spinners on Sunday with a 4-1 victory behind a stellar relief effort from Trevor Stephan and the hitting of Ryan Krill.

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Staten Island Takes Series From Hudson Valley

STATEN ISLAND – The Yankees are on a winning streak again.

One night after snapping their season-long three-game losing streak, the Staten Island Yankees won their second straight – defeating the Hudson Valley Renegades 2-0 at home on Saturday night.

The win also clinched the series victory for the Yankees – improving their record in series’ on the season to 7-1-3.

“It’s a fun thing when you’re winning,” said Staten Island Manager Julio Mosquera. “That was a great … [visit site to read more]

Cyclones Tamed by Tigers, Fall 2-1

The Connecticut Tigers managed to avoid a three-game sweep at the hands of the Cyclones thanks to a 2-1 victory on Saturday night. Brooklyn went just 1-for-10 with runners in scoring position, including and 0-for-3 stretch with the bases loaded in the fourth. The loss snapped the Cyclones winning streak at four games.

Staten Island Losing Streak Comes To A Hault

STATEN ISLAND – The losing streak is over.

The Staten Island Yankees entered Friday night’s matchup with the Hudson Valley Renegades on a season-high three-game losing streak. But thanks to three longballs, and five shutout innings from the bullpen, the Yankees were able to end their skid with a critical 5-2 victory.

“The last couple of days were definitely a wake-up call,” said Staten Island Manager Julio Mosquera. “But, I think they learned from last night and learned from the … [visit site to read more]

Brodey’s Grand Slam Gives Cyclones 10-6 Win

Quinn Brodey's first professional home run, an 8th inning grand slam, provided the winning margin as Brooklyn defeated Connecticut 10-6 on Friday night.

Staten Island Sloppy In Loss to Hudson Valley

STATEN ISLAND – Just forget about this one.

The Staten Island Yankees (20-10) dropped a 9-2 decision to the Hudson Valley Renegades (13-16) at home on Thursday night in a game that will not be showing up on any highlight-reels anytime soon – or ever.

“I don’t even know what happened there,” said Staten Island Manager Julio Mosquera. “We just made some mistakes and the game got out of hand.”

Yankees’ starter Drew Finley was plagued by the longball early as he surrendered … [visit site to read more]

Cyclones win in extra innings against the Tigers

The Cyclones outlasted the Tigers in 11 innings for their third-straight win on Thursday.

Anderson Shuts Down Staten Island in Series Finale in Brooklyn