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  1. Addison-Red
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Addison station directly serves the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field, the city's north side Major League Baseball team and its stadium. Learn More
  2. Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center
    Newly refurbished and renamed station serves Long Island Railroad the second hightest volume of all subway stations and of course the new arena in Brooklyn. We hope these signs last...: The MTA charges Barclays $200 000 a year for 20 years to for naming rights. Learn More
  3. Kenmore - To Fenway
    This Kenmore stop off the Green Line of the MBTA is literally a short stop away from Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Learn More
  4. Sox-35th
    Aluminum; 72 x 9 x 1"; Currently, the station serves U.S. Cellular Field, the stadium of the Chicago White Sox, and takes its name from this location, originally serving the now-demolished Comiskey Park. Learn More
  5. Willets Point- Shea Stadium
    The original Willets Point Boulevard station opened on May 7, 1927. As it's named, the station is located right by Shea Stadium, which was home of the New York Mets baseball team from 1964 to 2008. Learn More
  6. Yankee Stadium- 161 Street
    This station serves the nearby Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees baseball team. The combined passenger count for the complex in 2011 was 8,605,893, making it the busiest station in the Bronx. Learn More
  7. Yankees - East 153rd Street
    This station provides daily local service on the Hudson Line, and special service on the Harlem and New Haven lines for New York Yankees baseball games played at Yankee Stadium. Learn More

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