Murray Greenberg

Baseball's Jewiest Moment of All

With catcher Joe Ginsberg behind the plate, Lou Limmer stepped into the batter’s box to face Saul Rogovin. Murray Greenberg looks back at the most Jewish moment in baseball history — 64 years ago.

The ‘Hebrew QB’ Is Hall of Famer

More than two decades after his death and half a century after he revolutionized the forward pass, Benjamin “Benny” Friedman — the so-called “Hebrew quarterback” — has been voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Friedman, the gridiron wizard from Cleveland’s Jewish ghetto whose unprecedented passing skills forever changed the