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Brooklyn Cyclones Pitching Prospect Review

Eddy Camacho Was Bullpen Anchor

The Brooklyn Cyclones had a tremendous season, going 43-31 and advancing to the NY-Penn League playoffs. We will look at the peripherals stats of the Brooklyn pitchers, most of which pitched very well in 2004. We will look at the pitchers who logged a minimum of 35 innings with Brooklyn and did not accrue more than 40 innings at another level.

Edgar Alfonzo - LHP The son of former Cyclones' manager Edgar Alfonzo and the nephew of former Met Edgardo Alfonzo, Edgar Alfonzo was signed as a free-agent out of Venezuela in 2002. An obvious fan favorite, Alfonzo had a very good eye. However, his success was based a lot on "smoke and mirrors" when you take a look at the peripheral numbers. He allowed almost 1.5 base runners per inning...

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