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Upper East Side »

The latest issue is part of an ongoing competition for park space that spans three decades.

Chelsea »

The role reversal helps build self-esteem and teach responsibility at Landmark High School.

Governors Island »

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

Tottenville »

Tottenville High School will get a $1.9 million softball field, set to open next year, Oddo said.

Inwood »

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

Governors Island »

Governors Island is opening up the permit process for access to its new ballfields, officials said.

Astoria »

Several New York City bars give regulars a chance to ditch the bar stool and get out on the field.

Huguenot »

In the last of a five-part series, meet the top rising high school sports standouts in Staten Island.

New York City »

There are still plenty of summer camp options around the city for parents to choose from.

New York City »

Parents shell out big bucks for kids to play sports, but for some it pays off with college scholarships.

Brooklyn Heights & Downtown Brooklyn »

Back on the diamond for the first time since 2010, Lauren Morizi is batting .407 for the Blackbirds.

Williamsburg »

McCarren Park's softball field is fenced off for repairs, as are other sections of the park.

West Village »

With opening day fast approaching and two downtown facilities closed, baseball diamonds are at a premium.

Carroll Gardens »

SBBL is expanding their fast-pitched girls' softball season to spring.

Upper East Side »

A private tennis club's season was extended on public parkland because of an A/C unit, officials said.