Thursday, August 25, 2016 Av 21, 5776
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JTA
There are some questions to be answered, as the Jewish Major League Baseball players see the season open.
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JTA
Thanks to the effort of a dedicated memorabilia collector, a Jewish baseball museum is, at last, a reality.
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Jon Marks | JE Staff
When the brackets were announced on March 13, University of Miami assistant coach Adam Fisher was out the door as soon as he saw the Hurricane’s first-round matchup vs. Buffalo.
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Jon Marks | JE Staff
Although he’s been gone more than 50 years, those who remember Ike Richman, Sr. say the man named for him has done the legacy proud.
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Jon Marks | JE Staff
The Sixers will honor Dolph Schayes, who is arguably the greatest Jewish player of all time, during the team’s Jewish Heritage Night on March 12.
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