Uncover the fascinating sports history of NYC's Polo Grounds, a lost baseball stadium where star athletes competed!
In the 1840s and ‘50s, restless young men – yuppies of their day – were organizing “base ball” clubs to
Ken Burns dubbed New York City the “capital of baseball” in the 1940s and ‘50s, but the fact is, the
NYC has a plethora of famous sporting venues that have been demolished or repurposed as new facilities. Here are 10 that hosted the Dodgers, Yankees and more.
Although traditionally associated with the Bronx, the New York Yankees once played at Hilltop Park, now the site of the New York Presbyterian Hospital.
For those who use 155th Street Station, these stairs make a nightmare commute. Is this just gross MTA error? Or did the Polo Grounds play a part?