Sports Staten Island Yankees rebranding: 5 new names that would work for the Single-A team By amNY.com staff June 22, 2016 3:12 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The Staten Island Yankees seek a new name and want the public’s input, in attempt to rebrand the franchise after 17 years of existence as a Single-A affiliate of the Yankees. You can weigh in with your thoughts at siyanks.com/rebrand. These are amNewYork’s humble suggestions. Staten Island Dumps Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Timothy A. Clary Not because S.I. is a "dump," per se; on the contrary, we here at amNewYork love the Forgotten Borough. But the former Fresh Kills landfill, the planned site of a future park, is definitely a landmark. Staten Island Ferries Photo Credit: Matjaz Boncina What's more iconic, in terms of common associations with the borough, than the ferry? Plus, Richmond County Bank Ballpark is right by the terminal. Staten Island Tolls Photo Credit: Kevin P. Coughlin It costs a lot of money to drive onto Staten Island, no matter what span you take. Staten Island Potholes Photo Credit: iStock Staten Island roads are infamously terrible. Richmond Republicans Photo Credit: Getty Images / Ralph Freso It's the most Republican borough in New York, the center of GOP politics in the city. By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.