Ian Kinsler, Ryan Braun and Alex Bregman are among the top Jewish baseball stars to look out for in 2017.
California had 1,223,640 Jews in 2012. This is the second highest number of Jews in the country (only behind New York) and 18% of the entire Jewish population in the U.S.
Major League Baseball teams are making the great trek north from spring training sites to begin the new season. 10 Jewish players are likely to make the big league journey.
Ryan Braun faces the challenge of winning back fans when he returns to baseball. If any group can forgive the Hebrew Hammer, it’s Milwaukee’s Jews.
Disgraced baseball star Ryan Braun was supposed to be on the cover of ‘Jewish Sports Stars.’ After his doping admission, the slugger is relegated to the inside pages.
Banned Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun acknowledged on Thursday he used performance enhancing drugs during his National League Most Valuable Player season in 2011.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun during his appeal of a drug suspension in 2012 told players on opposing teams that the collector of his urine sample was an anti-Semite — and a Cubs fan.
Ryan Braun, the first Jewish baseball player to win the Most Valuable Player award in decades, reportedly plans to admit using performing enhancing drugs.
America loves a juicy political scandal (or four) and Jews are no different from anyone else. But how do we cover them when every one of them seems to involve Jews?