Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775
(JTA) — Al Rosen, the slugging Cleveland Indians third baseman who was the American League’s MVP in 1953, has died. Rosen, a four-time all-star who was known as the “Hebrew Hammer,” died March 13. He was 91. He played for the Indians from 1947 through 1956, including for the ‘48 World Series champions — the last time Cleveland won the...
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