New York, NY (AP) The Bronx has become a destination for baseball fans as the city celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.
The Bronx is now the second-largest borough in the U.S., with more than 20 million people.
It’s home to the New York Yankees, the New Jersey Devils and the Mets.
The city also has a huge presence in the movie industry.
The Yankees and Mets play in Shea Stadium, home to both the Yankees and the New England Patriots.
The Phillies play in Camden Yards, the home of the Philadelphia Phillies.
But the best seats in New York are in the Bronx, and if you’re lucky enough to be in the ballpark on a hot summer day, you might find yourself sitting in the stands for an inning of a game.
Here are 10 baseball-specific facts you may have missed about the Bronx.
*The Bronx is the largest city in the New Yorker state of New Jersey.
The population of the Bronx is estimated at 7.7 million people, according to the 2011 Census.
*It’s the home to Major League Baseball’s Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Dodgers, who played their first season in Brooklyn in 1901, played their final season in the city in 1962.
*Major League Baseball is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York.
There are a number of teams playing in Brooklyn and several more that have teams in New Jersey, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.
*A couple of the teams that play in Brooklyn have played in other cities, including the New Orleans Saints and the St. Louis Cardinals.
*Brooklyn’s largest city is New York City.
It includes the borough of Manhattan, which is home to Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Long Island and Nassau counties.
*Basketball is played in the borough.
There’s an indoor basketball court in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, which also includes parts of Brooklyn and Queens.
*There are two major subway stations in the Manhattan borough of New York: the 7 train and the 6 train.
The 7 train stops in the West Village and the 7 subway stops in Manhattan.
The 6 train stops near Midtown Manhattan and stops near Times Square.
The trains are run by Metro-North and the stations are operated by Metrorail.
*Nyc subway station is located at 9th Street and Second Avenue, in Manhattan, New Jersey and New York state.
The subway system is a commuter line that serves about 3 million people a day in New Yorkers who commute to work, school, church and to other places around the city.
*Cars are often seen at the corner of 9th and Second Streets.
It is the main street in Brooklyn that is part of the Manhattan neighborhood.
*In the borough, the average home price is $400,000.
*While there are many parks and playgrounds in the vicinity of the boroughs city, there are a few that you won’t find anywhere else in the country.
Here’s where to go in the East Village: *The Park District is the only borough park in New England.
It has approximately 5,000 acres of parkland and has more than 500 playgrounds, as well as a tennis court, soccer fields and baseball fields.
It also has some of the most expensive real estate in the nation.
The Park District has about 100 acres of parks, and the borough is home, for example, to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, a place where you can see flowers and animals that have never been seen in Brooklyn.
*Sisters St. John’s Episcopal Church in Brooklyn has two parks: the Greenbelt Park and the Garden Park.
The Greenbelt park is home of a variety of wildlife, including bald eagles and owls.
The Garden Park is the city’s first indoor greenway.
It features tennis courts, a basketball court, a dog park and even a pond.
The park is open year-round and can accommodate up to 50,000 visitors.
*Parks and nature are just some of New Yorkers favorite activities.
There is a playground, a horseback ride, a rock climbing wall, a water park and a river cruise.
*New York City is home the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Opera House, the National Gallery of Art and the National Museum of the American Indian.
There were three major exhibitions at the Metropolitan: the Whitney Biennial, which was held in 2006; the Whitney International Biennial in 2007; and the Whitney Museum of American Art in 2008.
*On August 9, 1874, the first African-American man, George A. McWilliams, became the first black person to hold the office of governor of New England, which included Connecticut, Rhode Island and Maine.
The seat of state was originally named for former Massachusetts Governor William M. Seward, who served from 1850 to 1861.
McWilliam was also a lieutenant colonel in the Army of the Potomac during