On a recent weekday evening, as fans swarm into Yankee Stadium for a home game, a small group of current and former South Bronx community-board members go to check on the area's newest park. Built by the city at a cost of $1.5 million on a plot of mapped parkland that's been used as a Yankee parking lot since the 1970s, the spot is meant as a temporary replacement for the 80-year-old Macombs Dam Park, obliterated last summer to make way for the Yankees' new... More >>>