for Jewish fans, the World Baseball Classic was memorable thanks to the underdog exploits of Team Israel and its manager, Jerry Weinstein.
The Houston Astros won on a walkoff hit by the team’s Jewish third baseman, Alex Bregman.
Hernandez is one of the leaders of the Los Angeles Dodgers—just make sure to include the tilde mark when typing his first name!
— Relief pitcher Brad Goldberg, who is Jewish, made his Major League Baseball debut with the Chicago White Sox. Goldberg, 27, was called up…
Forget Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax: Outfielder and WWII vet Sy Rosenthal was the greatest Jewish baseball hero.
Haskel Lookstein got a smattering of applause for his pitch, which crossed the plate before the home team suffered its first shutout of the season in a loss to the Marlins.
$5 game night at the Yankees brought some unexpected traffic to the unofficial “Jewish Quarter” of the stadium.
Former Chicago Cub Adam Greenberg’s time in the major leagues lasted only one pitch. Today, he finds his struggle to be a very Jewish story.
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Detroit all-star second baseman Ian Kinsler talks Hank Greenberg, Chipper Jones and defying expectations