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Mets, Yankees fans feel hopeful at start of MLB season

New York baseball fans say the 2015 baseball season will be an exciting year for the city.

Yankees top Forbes list with $3.2 billion value

The Bronx Bombers led the league before opening day, in finances that is.

Sotheby’s to auction off old Yankee Stadium letters

A piece of Yankees history is up for sale.

Fans mixed on A-Rod letter, but expert says it is a good start

The Yankees slugger isn’t winning back the hearts of fans that easily.

New York marathon competitors challenged by cold, wind

Rough weather didn’t deter the 50,000 New York City Marathon runners or the millions of fans cheering them on.

City ready to excite runners, fans at this year’s marathon

This year’s marathon promises to be the biggest one yet.

Yankees fan caught napping on camera, sues team and ESPN

A Yankee fan wasn’t too happy that he was caught on camera at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Schumer and Boxer settle Stanley Cup bet

Sen. Charles Schumer is a man of his word when it comes to bets on the Rangers.

World Cup NYC: International soccer fans show their pride

World Cup Fever hits the world’s melting pot and the city’s immigrant community is ready to show off their national pride.

De Blasio, LA Mayor make a Stanley Cup bet

The Rangers and the Kings have a lot riding on this year’s Stanley Cup finals, including the pride of their home leaders.

Rangers’ Stanley Cup appearance has New Yorkers painting the town blue

Rangers fans say the excitement about the team’s latest bid to bring the Stanley Cup home.

New York runners ready to make Boston stronger for marathon

Big Apple runners said they want to help Boston send a message to the world: The runner’s spirit can never be killed

Flyers push fans to defriend Rangers friends on Facebook

The Philadelphia Flyers turned to social media to tease Ranger fans just before the start of the post season.

Yankee fans relish final home opener with Jeter

This year’s first game at Yankee stadium was bittersweet for fans as their long time captain bids farewell.

Daniel Murphy defends decision to miss games for son’s birth

The Mets second baseman said he doesn’t regret missing the first two games of the season to be with his wife and newborn.

NYC baseball fans optimistic about new season

New Yorkers sick of the cold weather now have the sights and sounds of the city’s baseball team to get them in the Spring spirit.

4 World Trade Center to host charity run up race

The first tower at the World Trade Center site will be the location for a fun new race.

Empire State Building gears up for 37th annual Run-Up

The highly popular race inspired dozens of people who look to go the distance, according to the New York City Road Runners.

Super Bowl Blvd kicks off with huge crowds, stars, shows

The Super Bowl celebrations kicked off with plenty of fan fare, despite the bone chilling temperatures.

Super Bowl week kicks off in Big Apple

New York City is ready for some football, and more importantly, it’s ready for the energy and economic boost that comes with it.