In front of a crowd of 5,729 the Staten Island Yankees defeated the rival Brooklyn Cyclones 5-2 to win their second consecutive victory to open the 2013 season. …Read More
New York Yankees pitching prospect Jairo Heredia made his first rehab appearance for the Staten Island Yankees. He went four innings, allowing one hit and striking out four.
Derek Toadvine fielding the ball in the first inning to record the first out of the ballgame.
John Murphy was the lead off man for Staten Island, he was hit-less in game two of the season.
Second Baseman Derek Toadvine walked in the first then singled in the third and sixth innings.
Michael O’Neil watches as he send the ball into left field for his only hit of the night. He was 1-for-4.
Brandon Thomas was hit-less in the game.
Staten Island Yankees Outfielder Michael O’Neill throwing the ball back in the infield after making a catch in the second inning.
The Pinstripe Patrol Dancers performing in between innings.
Yeicok Calderon was 1-for-4 in the game
Isaias Tejeda walked once and reached on an error in the third but was unable to get a hit against Cyclone pitching.
Designated Hitter Kale Sumner legs out an infield hit to third, he was 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI in the game.
First baseman Bubba Jones singled in the second for his first base hit of the season.
Third baseman Francisco Rosario doubled to center on a fly ball in the second for his two RBIs of the game.
Staten Island Yankees players Kale Sumner and Bubba Jones are congratulated on their way back to the dugout after scoring two runs in the bottom of the second inning.
Staten Island Yankees Designated Hitter Kale Sumner singles in the third inning.
Yankees catcher Isaias Tejeda is congratulated on his way back to the dugout after scoring in the third inning.