Broken seats are seen in the stands in Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, N.J. on Thursday, March 14, 2013. Built as a public works project municipal stadium in 1932, Hinchliffe, listed on the state and National Register of Historic Places, served as home to the New York Black Yankees of the Negro National League from 1933-37 and 1939-45. The once-grand Art Deco stadium earned designation in March as a national landmark - less than two years after the nearby Great Falls, a powerful 77-foot waterfall that helped fuel the Industrial Revolution, became a national park. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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Broken seats are seen in the stands in Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, N.J. on Thursday, March 14, 2013. Built as a public works project municipal stadium in 1932, Hinchliffe, listed on the state and National Register of Historic Places, served as home to the New York Black Yankees of the Negro National League from 1933-37 and 1939-45. The once-grand Art Deco stadium earned designation in March as a national landmark - less than two years after the nearby Great Falls, a powerful 77-foot waterfall that helped fuel the Industrial Revolution, became a national park. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
Broken seats are seen in the stands in Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, N.J. on Thursday, March 14, 2013. Built as a public works project municipal stadium in 1932, Hinchliffe, listed on the state and National Register of Historic Places, served as home to the New York Black Yankees of the Negro National League from 1933-37 and 1939-45. The once-grand Art Deco stadium earned designation in March as a national landmark - less than two years after the nearby Great Falls, a powerful 77-foot waterfall that helped fuel the Industrial Revolution, became a national park. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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