Interesting. That's kind of like the horseshoe in the Mississippi River near New Madrid, MO, where the land inside the horseshoe is part of Kentucky, but it is detached from the rest of the state and is only accessible (by land) through Tennessee.
I went to the Cincinnati Reds game against the Kansas City Royals with a friend and he commented how it was odd that a state with a sparse population like Kansas has a baseball team. I informed him that the Kansas City Royals are in Kansas City, MO, not Kansas City, KS. He was dumbfounded that they would call a town in Missouri Kansas City. He was even more dumbfounded when he realized Missouri had two baseball teams (the St. Louis Cardinals being the other).
What was formerly known as The Greater Cincinnati International Airport is actually located not in Cincinnati, OH, but in Hebron, KY. Due to the large amount of confusion this caused with travelers, they changed the name to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. I think a lot of people are still confused as to what state they are in when they land.
The New York Jets and New York Giants football teams actually play in New Jersey. Recently, the city of East Rutherford, NJ was the only city with less than 10,000 residents to host five professional sports franchises (the aforementioned Jets and Giants, the NJ Nets basketball team, the NJ Devils hockey team, and the New York Red Bulls soccer team). With the closing of the old Meadowlands sports complex this year, the Nets, Devils, and Red Bulls have relocated to other cities.