Thursday, May 30, 2013
New York Yankees • New York Mets
New York Giants • Brooklyn Dodgers
1st Meeting May 19, 1883
Last Meeting June 24, 2012
Next Meeting May 27, 2013
Post Season History
Post Season Meetings 1921 NYG 5-2 NYY
1922 NYG 4-0-1 NYY
1923 NYY 3-2 NYG
1936 NYY 4-2 NYG
1937 NYY 4-1 NYG
1941 NYY 4-1 BKN
1947 NYY 4-3 BKN
1949 NYY 4-1 BKN
1951 NYY 4-2 NYG
1952 NYY 4-3 BKN
1953 NYY 4-2 BKN
1955 BKN 4-3 NYY
1956 NYY 4-3 BKN
2000 NYY 4-1 NYM
A Subway Series is a series of Major League Baseball games played between teams based in New York City; referring to the fact that every potential venue for such a game is accessible through the Subway. The term's historic usage has been in reference to World Series games played between New York teams.
The New York Yankees have appeared in all Subway Series games as they have been the only American League team in the city, and have compiled an 11–3 record in the fourteen championship Subway Series. Since 1997, the term Subway Series has also been applied informally to interleague play during the regular season between the Yankees and National League New York Mets, although the term is still most commonly associated with World Series play.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
ST. JOHN THE DIVINE FREE PHILHARMONIC CONCERT Albert Brooks conducts Bruckner’s symphony #3 in d minor. Tickets are distributed first come first serve basis starting at 6 (PEOPLE LINE UP HOURS IN ADVANCE LIKE SHAKESSPEARE IN THE PARK) Concert starts at 8.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The Intrepid launches its summer programming over Memorial Day weekend, kicking things off with a free screening of classic Cruise flick Top Gun (May 24 at 7:30pm). On May 25 and May 26, watch demonstrations and performances by the U.S. Coast Guard, USO Show Troupe and others. Honor fallen servicemen and women at a Memorial Day Commemoration Ceremony (May 27 at 11am), or listen to Emmy Award–winning news anchor David Ushery discuss the nation’s segregated WWII armed forces with veterans (May 28 6–7:30pm; R.S.V.P. to email@example.com).
The official word from the Navy is as follows:
“Unfortunately, there will be no Navy ships in New York this year for Fleet Week and no additional Sailors or Marines. We look forward to the opportunity to participate in future Fleet Weeks and we greatly appreciate the city's patience and understanding during these unusual times. Thank you NYC for what you do for our service men and women each and every day. Hope to see you next year!”
-- Beth Baker, Director of Public Affairs
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Come Celebrate with us!
Saturday and Sunday May 18th & 19th 2013
12:00 noon - 5:00 PM
42nd - 57th Streets
Rain or Shine!!
A New York City tradition
you can't miss!
Every Spring, The Ninth Avenue International Food Festival welcomes guests who gather to celebrate
New York City's most prosperous and diverse food culture and cuisine against the picturesque backdrop of Legendary Times Square.
Experience the delightful taste of various cuisines from different countries: Poland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan, Thailand and many others.
Games and fun activities for the children.
There will be live stage entertainment of international music and dance at 55th Street on Saturday May 18th & Sunday May 19th.
NO ENTRANCE FEE!
Ninth Avenue Association
"The Big Apple" nickname for New York City. was first popularized in the 1920s by John J. Fitz Gerald, a sports writer for the New York Morning Telegraph.
Its popularity has grown since the 1970s due to a promotional campaign by the New York Convention and Visitors Bureau, known now as NYC & Company.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
At 3:30 p.m., workers installed the first column of the 100th floor, bringing the height of One World Trade Center to 1,271 feet. The tower is to be topped off this summer
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Friday, May 3, 2013
When is the Tour?
The first Sunday in May: May 5, 2013
What to Expect:
Held annually the first Sunday in May, the TD Five Boro Bike Tour presented by REI is America’s largest cycling event. The Tour is co-produced by Bike New York and the New York City Department of Transportation. The event provides participants the unique and fun experience to bike through all five boroughs – a 40 mile, car-free ride for 32,000 cyclists.
What Will I See:
The TD Five Boro Bike Tour presented by REI travels through the five boroughs of New York City on car-free roads, thanks to the cooperation of City agencies and officials. At 40 miles, the route is doable for cyclists of almost all levels. Visit our route map page to learn more!