A Look At Some Of The Longest Home Runs Ever Hit In NYC BallparksWe thought it would be a good time to look at some of the longest bombs hit at New York stadiums, even those no longer standing.
Blast From The Past: 7 Historic Former New York Sports VenuesHere are seven historic ballparks and arenas that New York teams have left behind.
5 Most Memorable All-Star Games In New York HistoryAs New York City gets set to host the NBA's biggest names this weekend, we look back at some of the best All-Star games the area has ever seen.
By The Numbers: Breaking Down The Subway Series From A Historical Perspective Before interleague play, the term "Subway Series" was pretty much reserved for the World Series. But no city has had the number of Subway Series that The Big Apple has.
Gail Harris, 81, Last NY Giant To Hit Home Run Died At Home The last player to hit a home run for the New York Giants before they moved has died.
By The Numbers: Forgotten Royalty: The Duke Of FlatbushWith the World Series this month, I thought it might be well to compare three icons… to give Duke his due, so to speak
Mays Talks To Students At Polo Grounds SiteWillie Mays was back where he started his big league career, bringing along the San Francisco Giants' World Series trophy celebrating the team's first title since 1954.
Giants Baseball Returning To New York CityThe San Francisco Giants return to their New York roots to celebrate their World Series victory.
The Polo Grounds: Then And NowThe Giants' final season in New York City was 1957.
Fox-Cablevision Dispute Leaves Old Giants Fans In DarkWhen the New York Giants baseball team left for San Francisco in 1957, some New Yorkers never relinquished their allegiance.
Schwei By The Numbers: Home NumbersThe Mets will complete their second season at Citi Field this week. Here are the leaders in some batting and pitching categories through the Mets' first two seasons at the Polo Grounds, Shea Stadium and Citi Field.