Shea Stadium (now demolished)

123-01 Roosevelt Ave.

Shea Stadium saw its last season in 2008; demolition was completed in early 2009. Click HERE to learn all about the new Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. Shea Stadium was originally to be called Flushing Meadow Park but was later named for t... more

Shea Stadium saw its last season in 2008; demolition was completed in early 2009. Click HERE to learn all about the new Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.

Shea Stadium was originally to be called Flushing Meadow Park but was later named for the popular attorney, William A. Shea, who spearheaded the drive to bring National League baseball back to New York following the departure of the Dodgers and Giants in 1957.


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123-01 Roosevelt Ave.
Queens, NY 11368
(718) 507-6387

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