The project was meant to give kids in the Borough President's Cup a chance to earn their service credit.
Despite the threat of rain, the league launched its 26th season on Saturday.
The league is holding sign-ups for its 26th season at the 34th Precinct stationhouse.
Is it possible spring is finally here? Brooklyn residents soaked up sunshine in Prospect Park Sunday.
SAYO Grays, a baseball organization, will teach the fundamentals of baseball and give academic support.
The teams for kids age 9 to 16 will likely travel to North Carolina and Virginia.
More than 450 children marched up Broadway on a clear Saturday to begin the league's 63rd season.
A close-knit Queens neighborhood is raising money for Cristian Malave's family.
Nighttime lights are now back on in part of Hudson River Park, as part of Hurricane Sandy repairs.
Uptown's future baseball sensations will take to the field when the spring season begins April 6.
With turf replacement complete, the ballfields will be ready for the season opener on April 7.
The league has gone from 375 members six years ago to 660 for this season, which starts April 6.
Turf replacement is underway at the BCP ballfields and installation could be completed by April.
With opening day fast approaching and two downtown facilities closed, baseball diamonds are at a premium.
The Inwood and Michael J. Buczek little leagues are both accepting sign-ups for the spring.
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