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Great Kills »

The team won the state championship and is about to take on 11 other teams in Rhode Island.

Claremont »

Board members of Caribe baseball filed lawsuits against each other over money and control issues.

Flatbush »

The bullet was fired by a 14-year-old boy, police said.

Governors Island »

The fields are available for play from May through September, seven days a week.

Claremont »

The project was meant to give kids in the Borough President's Cup a chance to earn their service credit.

Fort George »

Despite the threat of rain, the league launched its 26th season on Saturday.

Washington Heights »

The league is holding sign-ups for its 26th season at the 34th Precinct stationhouse.

Park Slope »

Is it possible spring is finally here? Brooklyn residents soaked up sunshine in Prospect Park Sunday.

Red Hook »

SAYO Grays, a baseball organization, will teach the fundamentals of baseball and give academic support.

Inwood »

The teams for kids age 9 to 16 will likely travel to North Carolina and Virginia.

Inwood »

More than 450 children marched up Broadway on a clear Saturday to begin the league's 63rd season.

College Point »

A close-knit Queens neighborhood is raising money for Cristian Malave's family.

West Village »

Nighttime lights are now back on in part of Hudson River Park, as part of Hurricane Sandy repairs.

Inwood »

Uptown's future baseball sensations will take to the field when the spring season begins April 6.

Battery Park City »

With turf replacement complete, the ballfields will be ready for the season opener on April 7.