The legendary Jewish lefty will be immortalized next to the statue of Jackie Robinson.
As Yom Kippur approaches, Jewish baseball fans hark back to the fall of 1965.
— If you want to buy this Sandy Koufax jersey, you might need the salary of a major league baseball player. Lelands.com is auctioning a San…
Forget Hank Greenberg and Sandy Koufax: Outfielder and WWII vet Sy Rosenthal was the greatest Jewish baseball hero.
Step up to the plate and test your knowledge of Jews in the sport!
The WBC will give some credence to the tired and offensive notion that Jews stink at sports or other physical activities.
What should you do this weekend? Check out Larry David on SNL, read up on Yiddish fiction, see Philip Glass and Art Spiegelman in Chicago. And more. Much more.
If Sandy Koufax were playing baseball today, there would be a ton of scouting data about him. The discovery of a 1954 scouting report about Koufax reveals that baseball was a bit different 60 years ago.
For his book, “The Arm,” sportswriter Jeff Passan got to interview Jewish baseball legend Sandy Koufax. He describes the experience for Ed Sherman, managing editor of Jewishbaseball.com
When Jews visit the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, they can learn about the only two members of the tribe who have been inducted into the hallowed museum: Hank “The Hebrew Hammer” Greenberg and Sandy Koufax.