MLB Suspends Mets’ Prospect Daniel Muno 50 Games

Former Brooklyn Cyclone, and New York Mets second base prospect, Daniel Muno, was suspended by Major League Baseball for 50 games upon testing positive for PEDs/Banned Substances.

MLB issued the following statement:


New York Mets Minor League second baseman Daniel Muno has received a 50-game  suspension after testing positive for a metabolite of Drostanolone. The  suspension of Muno, who is currently on the roster of Single-A St. Lucie Mets of  the Florida State League, will be effective immediately.


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As a season ticket holder of the Brooklyn Cyclones Baseball Club, and being a Brooklyn native, I have an untethered affinity from the Mets, for any current or former Cyclones player.  Many of the present Flushing Mets have passed through Brooklyn.  So, I feel fortunate with regards to being able to see many Mets’ prospects before most of the greater scope of Mets’ Fans do.

In a manner of speaking, the Brooklyn Cyclones are my team.  They are Brooklyn.  And this twelve year old club which plays in my backyard, has become a very important part of my Summers in the Borough of Kings.  So it wounds me to hear of this development.

In 2011, Danny Muno (pictured #16 with Fresno State Bulldogs) batted .355 for the Cyclones in fifty-four games played.  The twenty-three year old’s career is now in question, and his future in doubt.  I would be less upset by this news had this Mets’ prospect bypassed my Boardwalk Bombers Club of Coney Island.

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