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As the sun comes up Monday morning, New York City has officially caught up with the rest of the state, joining the other nine regions in the fourth phase of the coronavirus pandemic reopening. more
Throughout the pandemic, New York City parks have remained open, becoming a haven for those escaping their homes and looking for a little bit of exercise. more
Don't expect life to return to normal anytime soon. But for those willing to settle for a "new normal" — at least for now — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has some good news: You might start to experience it in just another month. more
Wednesday, March 11, was the last normal day T.J. Stuart can remember. All was right with his world that day as Stuart, a Manhattan College senior right-hander, was set to pitch against Sacred Heart University in a road game in Fairfield, Connecticut. more
To Rob Walsh, there’s something magical about the baseball field in Van Cortlandt Park. Standing on the pitcher’s mound, he looks around at the meager stands and the holey backstop, the grass encroaching on the infield and the graffiti-scarred scoreboard. more
Joe Jacques didn’t know what to expect as he prepared for his first professional spring training last February. What he got was his most fervent wish — and more. more
There are many different types of leaders. more
Baseball has been a big part of Jack Friedman’s life for some time, going back as far as first grade. And now, after four very successful seasons at American Studies, where has the game taken him? more
Now that his days at American Studies are behind him, Casey Press has a lot of free time on his hands. That is when he’s not playing summer baseball with his New Jersey Angels team. more
It was June 11, almost a full week since Major League Baseball’s amateur draft had concluded without Manhattan College’s John Cain hearing his name called. more
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