Thursday, July 2, 2009


While Halftime (II) is still in the works, here's a brand spanking new video from KeySpan Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones.

The Cyclones, a short-season Single-A affliate of the New York Mets, has been a fixture in the borough since the team and park were born in 2001. Having brought a professional franchise back to the birthplace of the Dodgers, both the team and park have provided an inexpensive entertainment to a city known for extravagant and somewhat inaccessible options.

The park's name comes from KeySpan Energy, which was a natural gas company which serviced the NYC boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens along with Long Island and parts of southern New England. Despite being purchased by National Grid pc, the name has remained unchanged.

KeySpan seats 7,500 and as you'll see, celebrates the amusement park history of Coney Island.

There are a good bit of pictures in the video and they will move through faster than previous videos. However, for those of you who love details and want to see the videos that were left out, check out the photo album here.

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