Flag of Boston
Boston Skyline at Night
|Mayor||John Phillips (1st)|
Boston is the name of a city Located in the U.S. State of Massachusetts and is presently one of the most important cities in the United States.
Boston was one of the first cities to begin to take into account the dangerously freefalling economy. The City Government began urging citizens to watch their money and only make investments they know will pay off. New York was also in a similar spot. When the economy did crash, Bostonians began pondering secession from the Union. The Northeast and the Former Rust Belt, began seeing the rise of Social Democratic Movements, and a prominent politician who would ultimately, keep the Union together.
In 2033, Daniel Andersen thanked Boston for fast-tracking the country to economic revival. Boston became shipping port for the first time in nearly 300 Years, when It became one of the two American Cities exporting goods.
Boston housed two NATO Bases, One in reclaimed land and another near Logan Airport.
|Team Name||Stadium (Open)||League (Conference)||Established|
|Boston Red Sox||Fenway Park (1912)*||Major League Baseball (American League)||1901|
|Boston Bruins||TD Garden (1995)||National Hockey League (Eastern)||1924|
|Boston Celtics||TD Garden (1995)||National Basketball Association (Eastern)||1946|
|New England Patriots||Gillette Stadium (2001)||National Football League (American Football Conference)||1960|
|Boston Revolution*||Boston Stadium (2021)||Major League Soccer (Eastern)||1995 (As the New England Revolution)|
(*) Indicates Team underwent Name Change or Record Transfer.