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  • Friedman, Caleb (Jewish Telgraphic Agancy (JTA), 2022-08-11)
    The author notes that most baseball fans are familiar with the famed Jewish players, Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg, both of whom are in the Baseball Hall of Fame. He lists ten less well-known Jewish baseball players whose ...
  • Ferkovich, Scott (Society for American Baseball Research, 2022)
    Hank Greenberg was a baseball player who spent most of his thirteen-year career with the Detroit Tigers. Over the course of his career, Greenberg his 331 home runs with 1,276 RBIs and had a 313 batting average. As a Tiger, ...
  • International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame (International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 2020)
    Mark Spitz competed in the Olympic games. In 1968 in the Olympic games in Mexico, he won four medals in swimming, two golds, a silver and a bronze. He is best known for his performance in the 1972 Olympics in Munich, where ...
  • Onondaga Historical Association (Onondaga Historical Association, 2020)
    Myer Prinstein, from Syracuse, NY, won four Olympic gold medals in Track and Field in the 1900 Olympics in Paris. He was posthumously inducted into International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in Israel in 1982, the National ...
  • National Baseball Hall of Fame (National Baseball Hall of Fame, 2017)
    A short biography from the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Click on the link above to access.
  • Rosengren, John (Sports Illustrated, 2015-09-23)
    A Sports Illustrated article about Sandy Koufax's decision not to pitch a World Series game on Yom Kippur. Click on the link above to access the article.