New York, New York Arena, Arena

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New York, New York Arena, Arena (also known as Battin' Island) is the floating Fifth Borough of New York and the home ballpark of the New York Millennials.

Official League Record

New York, New York Arena, Arena was constructed in Season 13. Fans of the Millennials selected the Silverada prefab, spending 997,610 coins.

During Season 14, fans of the Millennials selected Inconvenience -, Peanut Mister, and PsychoAcoustics renovations. The PsychoAcoustics renovation localized Wyatt Mason IX into the team's rotation. Due to manipulation of the voting results through exploits, the Peanut Mister renovation was subsequently removed.

During Season 15, fans of the Millennials selected the Grind Rail and Inconvenience - renovations.

During Season 16, fans of the Millennials selected the Sweetener and Coffee Threes + renovations.

During Season 17, fans of the Millennials selected the Fax Machine, Hotel Motel, and Coffee Two + renovations.

During Season 18, fans of the Millennials selected the Solar Panels and Ballpark Cleanup renovations.

During the Season 18 election, Hotel Motel was ratified and removed from the stadium.

During Season 19, fans of the Millennials selected the Hoops and Flood Pumps renovations.

During Season 20, fans of the Millennials selected the Tunnels and Ball Pit renovations. Tunnels was ratified and removed from the stadium.

During Season 21, fans of the Millennials selected the Balloons, Secret Base, Bird Hotel, and Ballpark Cleanup renovations. Balloons and Bird Hotel were ratified and removed from the stadium.

During Season 22, fans of the Millennials selected the Light Switch and Birdhouses renovations. The Light Switch was turned OFF.

During Season 23, fans of the Millennials selected to flip the Light Switch renovation to ON, and add the Stables renovation. Stables and Fax Machine were ratified and removed from the stadium.

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History

Discovered by scientists before Season 1, the floating Fifth Borough of New York is located approximately 1.73 miles above the bay. The scientists accessed it through a door of unspecified use at the back of their local deli.

Shortly after its discovery, the New York Millennials called dibs. While it is not un-illegal, the urban homestead does raise questions.

"people need a place to [play blaseball], and these [extradimensional stadia] are empty." - Book of Chorby

After the Original Incineration of Chorby Soul, Section 420 in the left field bleachers was designated as the Chorby Soul Memorial Section. Fans of Soul continue to congregate in this section, wearing yellow shirts and occasionally shouting prayers of "Chorby Thanks."

Location

Access

Battin' Island can be accessed through two primary methods. The first is any door whose use has not been specified, only speculated upon. This includes, but is not limited to, that door you always pass on your commute.

The second is by taking the 7, the E or the F train.

Parking

The Fifth Borough has a spacious parking lot, but due to lack of use, it has been dubbed the Skating Lot. It is often crowded with local teens and is rumored to be haunted by The Living Ghost of Tony Hawk after his ascension to the hyperstate of simultaneous Skate and Die.


Flora and Fauna

Flora

It has been confirmed that you cannot grow flowers on Battin' Island.

Fauna

Spectators have claimed to see birds nesting in the rafters of the stadium. It has been confirmed that you should not eat the birds on Battin' Island.