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Sewer−to−sewer dingers wowed the crowd as golden street−warriors squared off against each other during a reunion stickball game in Sheepshead Bay, proving that when it comes to pounding the pavement, all roads lead back to Coyle Street.

The annual battle of the broomstick titans transformed the block, between Avenues T and U, into a nostalgic sporting arena for block residents and their families, plus a reunion ground for some former residents, who can’t stay far from the old neighborhood.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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