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MMLN - Brooklyn Bullpen Holds On

BROOKLYN, NY - When the cross-bridge rivals hook up, it is usually a formula for a game in which both teams scratch out every pitch and earn every hit. Friday night was no different as the Cyclones and the Staten Island Yankees went to the wire before the Brooklyn bullpen did just enough to hold onto a 6-5 victory

Jenry Mejia overcame a shaky first inning and put together a fine performance in which he consistently attacked the Staten Island lineup with first pitch fastballs [sitting 94-95 MPH] and mixed in a big, biting curveball and an effective enough changeup. In fact, every first pitch Mejia threw was a fastball and he consistently kept his heater down around the knees or below. He did not throw...

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