The Brooklyn Cyclones were in Massachusetts to finish off a three game series with the Lowell Spinners on Thursday night, but the game was cancelled due to rain. It would have simply been postponed, but since the two teams don’t meet up again this season and this is minor league baseball the game will not be made up.
The Cyclones were still able to move up in the standings Thursday despite not playing as the Hudson Valley Renegades lost. That moves the Cyclones to just four games back in the McNamara division. They are still four games behind the Spinners for the Wild Card.
The Cyclones will head to Staten Island on Friday to play the Yankees, their biggest rival in the league. Robert Gsellman will be on the bump for the first of two games before the Cyclones come home for a two game series against the Renegades on Sunday and Monday. It’s a big weekend for them as they have a chance to make up some serious ground in the standings.