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Healy Tureski was sitting near his old dugout at Seton Park, a place he called home as a key part of the Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy baseball team for the past four seasons. more
Joe Jacques gets to sleep in late these days. more
He is more than 2,300 miles away from both his childhood home in Miami Beach, and his collegiate home of Manhattan College. And he is surrounded by people he has known for roughly a month. more
The bus rides are long. The scenery? Fine … if cornfields are your thing. And there are not a lot of five-star restaurants to dine in after games. more
Unlike most recent high school graduates whose only summer plan is to wile away their final free days before college starts, Marc Mendel has jumped right into the next chapter of his life. more
It was the best of the best at Sid Augarten Field on West 255th Street as the Nationals officially kicked off summer, squaring off against the Yankees in the final game of the North Riverdale Baseball League’s major boys championship tournament. more
Peter Rondinone has his life pretty much all planned out. And that’s saying something because Rondinone just turned 18 on July 3. more
It was 12 years ago this month when a pair of Manhattan College baseball players etched their names in Jaspers’ lore for all time. more
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