That NYC magic just keeps on keeping: eheheh
September 3, 2001
More than 1,000 fans lined up at Coney Islands new Keyspan Park Sunday to
wait overnight for playoff tickets for their Brooklyn Cyclones.
The minor league team is the first professional baseball team from the borough
to make the playoffs since the Brooklyn Dodgers lost the 1956 World Series to
Fans were lined up since 7 p.m. Sunday to buy home-game tickets Monday morning
for the New York-Penn League playoffs, which start Thursday.
The Mets-affiliated team will face their cross-harbor rivals, the Staten Island
Yankees, in a best-of-three matchup - the fifth ferry series between the
Class A teams in the Cyclones inaugural season.
Tickets are the same price as during the regular season - from $5 to $10.
Theyre only on sale at the Keyspan Park box office.