Buggin Out in BrooklynOliver Perez made a rehab start in Keyspan Park Sunday, and the Brooklyn Cyclones crushed the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades in his honor 13-3.   Perez got the win, pitching 5 innings of shutout ball, allowing 2 hits, 1 walk and striking out 6.   2009 draftee Sam Honeck got his first game off, but two of his classmates were in the lineup and one got a save.Nick Santomauro went 0 for 2 with 2 walks and 2 runs scored as the DH.   LF Alex Gregory was 1 for 4 with a run scored and is batting .304 in 7 games this season.   Wesley Wrenn made his second relief appearance and pitched 3 scoreless innings, allowing only a walk in picking up his first save.   Wrenn struck out 2.   To see where I got that excellent pic of Ollie and read the game story please visit brooklyncyclones.com.2009 draftee John Semel, right (courtesy TriCitiesSports.com) 2009 draftee John Semel, right (courtesy TriCitiesSports.com) The Bluefield Orioles swept the series from the Kingsport Mets by winning Sunday night 10-4.   The K-Mets have lost 5 games in a row since winning Opening Day.   Their lineup featured 4 2009 draftees.Darrell Ceciliani batted second and played CF, going 0 for 3 with a walk and a run scored.   Joseph Bonfe batted third and continued his torrid start.   The 3B had 3 hits in 5 at bats including a double, scoring and driving in 1 run.   Bonfe is batting .458 after 6 games.   Ronald Harris was the DH and finished 0 for 4 with a run scored and 1 driven in.   John Semel got his third start of the season and was 1 for 4 in LF.   See the box score and recap for more information.The GCL Mets continued their winning ways by beating the GCL Astros 7-3, and are now 5-1 on the young season.   2009 draftee ZeErika Hall made his pro debut as a pinch runner in the 8th inning.   He scored a run, and in his only plate appearance he walked.   RF Kurt Steinhauer was 2 for 5 with a run scored and stole his first base of the season.   C Nelfi Zapata was 2 for 4 with a walk and a run scored yet his average went down to .538.   Travis Ozga pinch hit in the 8th inning and drew a walk.   He struck out in the 9th to finish 0 for 1.   For more info see the box score and recap.