Keyspan Park SPM 1014

Keyspan Park SPM 1014 - Taurin Wheeler 4/26/08 SPM 1014...

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Taurin Wheeler SPM 1014 4/26/08 Prof. Belfiore Keyspan Park Keyspan Park is home to the Brooklyn Cyclones, a Class A affiliate of the New York Mets. The stadium opened on June 25 th 2001 and the seating capacity of the stadium is 7,500. The left field wall is 315 ft from home plate, center field is 412ft and right field is 325ft from home plate. Keyspan Park was very easy to get to, just a little long coming from Queens. You can take the D train, the F train, or the Q train to the very last stop. If you take the F train it will be exactly a two hour train ride. The ballpark is built on the same template as most other minor league ballparks. However, it cleverly makes use of the surrounding attractions. A few blocks away from the ballpark is Astroland, the amusement park at Coney Island. Towards the right field wall you can see the Atlantic Ocean. A boardwalk connects to the right field bleachers, which leads to the beach just outside the stadium. Also two levels of suites are located behind home plate and down the
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course SPM 1014 taught by Professor Belfiore during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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