After a recent poll found that Queens baseball fans prefer the Yankees to their hometown Mets, a New York Times analysis by zip code shows the Bronx Bombers are the favorite team throughout the city.
For one local softball league, it’s not about the number of home runs, it’s about the quality of the friendships.
Bayside High School Commodores (3-4 PSAL) are hoping to turn around their season after besting the sturdy Wildcats (5-2 PSAL), 9-4.
A Secret Service agent once threatened to shoot Mr. Met if he came too close to former President Bill Clinton, according to a man who once donned the outfit.
USA Luge will be rolling into Bayside to recruit young athletes.
Mets fans will have something to cheer about, at least when it comes to the cost of tickets.
Just two years after the PSAL introduced flag football as a new sport for girls, Bayside students and fans enthusiastically embraced it.
A St. John’s Red Storm soccer player is blasting off to the Cosmos. The New York Cosmos professional soccer team announced the signing of St. John’s senior midfielder and captain Jimmy Mulligan on Friday.
High School for Construction junior softball player Jenasez Alves has something to prove. Last year, the Red Hawks varsity and junior varsity squads were top teams in the city. The varsity team won its division and then the city title — the school’s first Division A championship — after a 3-2 win over perennial powerhouse Tottenville High School of Staten Island.
Nyasha Irizarry, a senior player on the Archbishop Molloy High School girls basketball team, averaged about 18 points per game for her final season and was selected to play in the NYC Mayor’s Cup All-Star game on March 29.