Trump, who was seated in a different suite from the owners, was harshly booed when his image appeared on the Jumbotron.
The World Series is about to begin, and Jews are breaking out the kosher cowhide.
The Houston Astros won on a walkoff hit by the team’s Jewish third baseman, Alex Bregman.
The celebration was already in progress when the Chicago Cubs arrived back home at Wrigley Field at 6 AM Thursday morning following their historic World Series victory over Cleveland. There was already a crowd to greet them. Or, rather, there was still a crowd to greet them: The fans who had gathered outside the ballpark to watch the score on the marquee had stayed to celebrate all night long.
If at first you don’t succeed — wrap, wrap again.
A home run by a Cleveland Indians slugger might point to the World Series outcome. What he did afterwards might point to American Jewry’s future.
After 70 seasons, the Chicago Cubs’ World Series appearance seems almost too improbable to believe; especially given the team’s long tradition of dramatic late-season collapses. But now that the team is actually favored to win the series against the Cleveland Indians—their first-game rout notwithstanding—it’s no surprise that fans are beginning to think of supernatural forces.
(JTA) — Conservative rabbis in Cleveland and Chicago have placed a friendly wager on the World Series. The rabbi in the losing city will travel to the synagogue in the winning city to engage in a debate on the Jewish significance of baseball. Rabbi Stephen Weiss of B’nai Jeshurun Congregation in Pepper Pike, Ohio, a…
Sorry, Mets fans, the Royals won the World Series.