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Muno Leading The Way For Cyclones

BROOKLYN, NY - For first-year players, making the transition to pro ball is an unpredictable task. For 2011 8th round pick Daniel Muno, the transition has come relatively easy. Muno is off to a hot start and is helping to set the table for the Cyclones' offense. What has made the transition so smooth? Look inside to find out.

As the Mets 8th round draft pick in 2011, shortstop Daniel Muno is already turning heads in Brooklyn. After leading Fresno State University in batting average with a .346 mark last season, the California native is picking up right where he left off. So far in 37 at-bats with the Cyclones, Muno has posted a scorching .348 batting average to go along with an equally impressive .469 on-base...

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