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Red Hook Baseball League

On Saturday, April 11, the Red Hook Youth Baseball League kicked off its 14th season with Opening Day ceremonies. 76th Precinct Captain John Lewis joined the festivities to throw out the opening pitch. The fifteen-game season will be followed by play-offs and will culminate in a Trophy Day ceremony on June 25. The league is run by the Red Hook Community Justice Center in partnership with local community members and is supported in part by City Council member Sara Gonzalez and District Attorney Charles Hynes. The League is open to kids ages 6-13. Registration is closed, but come out and cheer the Defenders, Gibbs' Giants, Hynes' Heroes, Southern Trucking, the Titans and BYA at the ball fields on Lorraine and Henry Street Saturday mornings. For more information, contact Viviana Gordon at (718) 923-8274 or Luz Gonzalez at (718) 923-8250.

The Red Hook Baseball League was started by the Justice Center and concerned community members in response to the lack of out-of-school activities and sports opportunities for local youth. It was also an opportunity for the court, local police, the Kings County District Attorney's Office, and the Legal Aid Society to improve police-community relations by sponsoring and coaching teams.


Hynes' Heroes, Opening Day photo: V. Gordon
                                               

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