The Brooklyn Cyclones will host the 10th Annual New York-Penn League All-Star Game on Tuesday, August 19th, team and league officials announced today.
“We are excited that the NYPL All-Star Game is coming back to Brooklyn,” Cyclones Vice President Steve Cohen said in a press release. “It’s been almost 10 years since we hosted the game, and we are excited for the opportunity to show the fans, players, and executives from around the league the transformation that Coney Island has undergone.”
The team also unveiled the uniform designs that the All-Star players will be wearing. In a nod to the 75th anniversary of the New York-Penn League, the All-Star jersey will include the names of every NYPL player who went on to the major leagues.
People who buy full or partial Brooklyn Cyclones season ticket plans will be guaranteed tickets to the All-Star Game. Individual tickets will be placed on sale in April. For more information, visit BrooklynCyclones.com.
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In the past, it was AL vs NL. With the Astros switching, they had to change up the teams
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