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Thousands flocked to Central Park to take advantage of warm weather before possible early week showers.

Parkchester »

Brothers Kevin and Keith Del Valle will match wits when Salesian takes on Regis in a CHSAA baseball game.

Briarwood »

The Stanners dedicated their baseball season to coach Jack Curran, who died on March 14 at 82.

West Village »

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

Concourse »

The planned site will not open by April 1, as the company had hoped, due to a restraining order.

Battery Park City »

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

Forest Hills »

The league has gone from 375 members six years ago to 660 for this season, which starts April 6.

New York City »

Jack Curran coached boys basketball and baseball at Archbishop Molloy High School.

Battery Park City »

Turf replacement is underway at the BCP ballfields and installation could be completed by April.

West Village »

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

Midtown »

Delmon Young received 10 days community service for spewing anti-Semitic slurs before attacking a man.

New York City »

The horse's woes at Belmont come after the slumping Alex Rodriguez was pulled from Game 3 of the ALDS.

New York City »

You don't have to spend a fortune on fancy gyms to get in a good workout in New York.

Flushing »

Logo features the same baseball with orange stitching and skyline used in the team's primary logo.

New York City »

The Yankees honored a hero bus driver who caught a girl who fell from a third-floor window.