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New Yorkers and architectural enthusiasts were outraged by the razing of Penn Station; however, selling the air rights to the seven-acre structure created a financial gain for the station, which was seeing too few rail passengers.
Now, instead of Doric columns, passengers are greeted by a never-ending line of yellow taxi cabs and a large billboard announcing upcoming events at the Garden. Grand Central Station, which still exists and is still beautiful, and Pennsylvania Station, which still exists and is, well, no longer beautiful.
The reason Pennsylvania Station is no longer beautiful is that the original Pennsylvania Station was torn down in 1963. The New York-Pennsylvania League is a minor league baseball league that is almost universally known as the New York-Penn League.
The shorter season and the player restrictions (see below) contribute to the fact that Short Season A leagues are viewed as effectively one level lower than the two Class A leagues (the South Atlantic League and the Midwest League) and two levels below the three Advanced-A leagues (the California League, Florida State League, and the Carolina League). Last season, the New York-Penn League was the 6th highest-drawing minor league in Organized Baseball. The New York-Penn League drew 3,490 per game in 2010, and had a better average attendance than 5 other minor leagues which are at a higher level.
Part of the reason for the popularity of the New York-Penn league with fans is that some franchises in the league have relocated to certain areas in the last decade…well-populated areas that have enough people that basically have embraced the lower-minor-league fan experience.
And the success of teams like this has blown away the received wisdom that minor league baseball teams cannot survive within close proximity to Major League Baseball teams. Well, there is another New Jersey-based minor league ball club within Organized Baseball – the Lakewood BlueClaws of the South Atlantic League {see this, their Wikipedia page}}.
There used to be a New York-Penn League team in northern New Jersey, the New Jersey Cardinals, from 1994 to 2005 {see this}. Plus, there are 3 teams in the Can-Am League, an Independent minor league outside of Organized Baseball {see this, Can-Am League’s Wikipedia page}. And in the past, going back to the 1940s, Newark had a higher-level minor league team (they were a NY Yankees’ farm team, in the International League from 1926 to 1949). Newark also had a championship-winning team in one of the top Negro Leagues, the Newark Eagles {see my map of Negro Leagues, here}.

I followed your link to the Can-Am League which led to more links on independent baseball leagues.
Welcome to the Official Online Store of the Vermont Lake Monsters, the Short-A Affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. The Vermont Lake Monsters Official Store is located at 1 King Street Burlington, VT, 05401. When you looked up, you could see the sublime Roman style architecture, the glass ceiling soaring 100 feet above your head. The original building, built in 1910, was demolished in 1963 to make way for Penn Plaza and the fourth and current setting of Madison Square Garden.
The demolition of the original structure was one of the reasons for the city's first architectural preservation statutes. The complex is owned by Amtrak, but also offers services by Metropolitan Transit Authority, New Jersey Transit, and a Continental Airlines ticket booth. That picture, which is from 1929, is below, along with one of Grand Central (?) with the same sun-beam effect.
Although part of the Class A level of minor league baseball, it is, along with the Northwest League, classified as a Short-Season A league. Teams may get to eliminate up to one year of time of Minor League service for players who have spent time on the disabled list. With the low prices of an outing to a NY-Penn League game, the opposite is pretty much true now. But the fact is, if there are larger crowds to be had elsewhere, you can't criticize the franchises for pulling up stakes and seeking greener pastures. That’s it for minor league baseball maps for this season, although this Category will continue on next year. And the New Jersey Cardinals were drawing very well – leading the league then, averaging around 4,700 in their 4,200 ballpark in 1995.
Merchandise for the Vermont Lake Monsters Official Store is provided in an effort to offer the most extensive selection of officially licensed Lake Monsters products on the internet.

New York's Pennsylvania Station used to be one of the largest indoor public spaces in the world.
As a tradeoff, Penn Station received a new (smaller) underground station and 25 percent stake in Madison Square Garden. 600,000 passengers use the station every day, making Penn Station the busiest train station in North America.
And they really are short seasons – the New York-Penn league regular season consists of 74 games played by each of the 14 teams in the circuit. The teams that now sit at the top of the NY-Penn attendance list each season are the Brooklyn Cyclones (a New York Mets farm team), the Staten Island Yankees (a New York Yankees farm team), the Lowell Spinners (a Boston Red Sox farm team), and the Aberdeen Ironbirds (a Baltimore Orioles farm team). For example, why pay an arm and a leg to see a game at the elitist and over-priced Yankee Stadium, when a fun and affordable outing at the Staten Island Yankees or the Brooklyn Cyclones ball park can be had for a fraction of the cost. Most of the municipalities that lose lower minor league teams find replacement ball clubs in independent minor leagues from outside the Organized Baseball set-up.
Next spring I will probably be doing the South Atlantic League (Class-A) then the Carolina League (Advanced-A) and then the Northwest League (Short Season-A) in that order, unless league attendance rankings change, following this season’s gate figures. The following are trademarks or service marks of Minor League Baseball entities and may be used only with permission of Baseball Internet Rights Company, LLC or the relevant Minor League Baseball entity: Minor League Baseball, MiLB, the silhouetted batter logo, The Road to the Show, Pro Debut, and the names, nicknames, logos, uniform designs, color combinations, and slogans designating the Minor League Baseball clubs, leagues and entities, and their respective mascots, events and exhibitions. By way of comparison, the Class A Midwest League plays 138 games in a season, and the Advanced-A California League plays 140 games in a season.
All 4 of these ball clubs regularly draw over 5,000 per game, and Brooklyn and Aberdeen drew over 6,500 per game last season.

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