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Saturday, March 21, 2009

On The Title Change-An Explanation

Lansdowne Street, off Brookline Avenue, is the back of The Green Monster and the Bleachers at Fenway Park, in the Kenmore and Fenway Neighborhoods in Boston. Lansdowne is usually where Home Run Balls land after being powered by Papi, Youk, Etc. Lansdowne Street, at c/o Brookline Avenue, is where the Cask n Flagon Sports Bar is located. Lansdowne is listed 1st because of my Primary Allegiance to the Boston Red Sox:

126th Street is located between Northern Blvd and Roosevelt Avenue, in the Corona Section of Queens, near Downtown Flushing, Queens. In case you might have noticed, I live in Queens. There are no Sports bars on 126th Street, because that junk yard turf known as "The Iron Triangle", but that has been zoned for development. The Outfield Entrance for Citi Field, is located on 126th Street. This is for Secondary Allegiance to the NY Mets;

Articles for The Red Sox, will be written in Red Type, while Mets Rants are written in Orange Type, as well as some Irish Articles, as Orange is one of the Colors of The Irish Flag;

Both Fenway Park and Citi Field are near public transportation. Fenway Park is close to Kenmore, and the Traffic Bridge on Brookline Avenue, depositing one on Lansdowne, Brookline and 4 Yawkey Way. The MBTA Commuter Rail has a stop on Brookline, right by Fenway Park. The "T" at Kenmore is served by the B, C and D Lines of the Green Line. Citi Field, like Shea Stadium before it, is served by the I R T #7 Times Square to Main Street, Stopping at Mets-Willets Point and LIRR Port Washington Line at Mets-Willets Point Station by the entrance to Flushing Meadow Park;

The "T" or The 7 Elevated, "T" Commuter Rail or L I R R, tend to be the way to go to The Games at either place;

Mychal

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4 Comments:

Blogger Peter N said...

I like it...a little mystery before your post explanation...congratulations.

11:58 AM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

Thanks Peter! Thanks!

It was time to Change it since The Red Sox and Mets get the Coverage here.

12:04 PM  
Blogger Jere said...

Nice new name.

Hey, I heard the subway stop will just be called "Willet's Point-Mets." No Citi Field in the stop name.

2:05 PM  
Blogger Michael Leggett said...

I was there yesterday, Jere & it's now "Mets-Willets Point", on the signs and announced by the Train Conductor.

9:44 AM  

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