Ken Burns dubbed New York City the “capital of baseball” in the 1940s and ‘50s, but the fact is, the
At 5224 Tilden Avenue in East Flatbush sits one of the Brooklyn homes of baseball great Jackie Robinson. The house
You know the names: Jackie Robinson, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth. But have you heard of Dexter Park? This lost baseball stadium, once located in Queens, was host to all of these famous players.
Join a curator led walkthrough of MCNY's latest exhibit, "In the Dugout with Jackie Robinson," for an in-depth look at the all-star's life and legacy.
Go inside the Brooklyn Dodger's dugout at the Museum of the City of New York's new exhibit on the life and career baseball legend Jackie Robinson.
Looming over Riverside Park in NYC is the tallest church in the United States, a historic church with much social and architectural significance.
Many famous individuals have lived in NYC, and many have also been buried here. Here are some of the most famous individuals buried in and near the city.
The new PBS documentary from Ken Burns, "Jackie Robinson," focuses on the star athlete's civil rights activism and showcases life with Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Brooklyn the Dodgers left behind, featuring plaques marking significant events in American civil rights history and a statue dedicated to tolerance.
55 Sullivan Place, where the legendary Ebbets Field once stood, is now just legend.