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Dutch Beat Israel 12-2 in Baseball Classic

The miracle ended on Monday night for the undefeated Israel team. It was finally stopped by the Netherlands, which Israel had beaten in round one.

Unbeaten Israel Clobbers Cuba 4-1 in World Baseball Classic

Israel's manager Jerry Weinstein took Marquis out after 69 pitches, which means he won't pitch again in the Tokyo round.

Team Israel Moves to Round 2 in World Baseball Classic [video]

Israel defeated the Netherlands 4-2 in its final game of the first round this week.

Israel Beats S. Korea in First Game of 2017 World Baseball Classic

Israel won the first game of the World Baseball Classic in Seoul in the tenth inning.

Rejuvenation: Down in the Dirt: Fast Days and Fast Balls [audio]

Play ball! Eve Harow interviews a variety of people beginning with Peter Kurz, who heads the IAB - Israel Association of Baseball . Listen to Major League Baseball players Jon Moscot, pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, Corey Baker, St. Louis Cardinals, and Josh Zeid, Houston Astros representing Team Israel in the World Baseball Classic in March in Korea.

10 Jewish-American Players Slated to Represent Israel in Baseball Tournament

This will mark the first time Jewish-American athletes play for Israel in a world championship.

Who Owns The Baseball?

What happens if two people are holding on to abandoned property and each claims to have found it first?

Israel to Compete at World Baseball Qualifier in Brooklyn, NY

Israeli American baseball fans are paying attention to the action in Brooklyn: next month Israel competes against 3 countries in NYC.

1941: Baseball In America, War In Europe

Jewish baseball history was made by the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds on Sunday, September 21, 1941, as the team had four Jews in its starting lineup – the first and thus far only time that’s happened in the major leagues.

New Jewish Baseball Museum Features Starting Lineup Online

Jewish baseball fans can slake that thirst for knowledge at last at the brand-new Jewish Baseball Museum, online.

Dodgers Stadium has Minyans but no Kosher Food

Could it be that one of America’s largest Jewish communities and kosher markets does not offer kosher fare at its premier ballpark? Apparently so, say...

Diplomatic Ties with US May Strike Out Baseball in Cuba

Cuba has “the largest pool of untapped baseball talent in the world, and Major League Baseball may tap and leave Cuba dry.

Detroit Tigers’ New Jewish Relief Pitcher Brings Team Closer to a Minyan

The time has come for the Tigers to start looking for a rabbi and chazan.

Ump Says Boy Can’t Play Ball With Tzitzit; Team Walks Off Field

Nine-year-old Yossi was the only Jewish player in his Arizona little league. His refusal to give up tzitzit was a lesson in humility.

Kerry, Livni and Abbas Take a Seventh-Inning Stretch

A sports broadcaster would have his hands full trying to keep up with Wednesday’s fast-paced frantic Peace Talks Game.

Tigers Summon the Tribe

Detroit is bringing in the Jews. A couple of weeks after hiring Brad Ausmus as manager, the Tigers on Wednesday traded for Ian Kinsler, previously...

Only the ADL Could Turn the ‘Redskins’ Name into a Jewish Issue

America as a melting pot is the biggest threat to Jews, who want to be so politically correct that even the name “Redskins” draws the ADL to ruin the party just when Americans finally have a fun issue.

America in Disgrace, Loses to Israel in Maccabiah Baseball Game

American got over Katrina, the Clintons, Bush, and Superstorm Sandy. It even has survived Obama. But its golden age is over. Israel beat the US at its own game, the National Pastime, at the Maccabiah Games

Ryan Braun’s Suspension Erases His ‘Good-Guy’ Image

Ryan Braun, whose father is from Israel, not only lost the chance to play out the reason of the season with the Milwaukee Brewers...

‘Oh, Say Can You Sing the Right Lyrics?’ (Video)

We know that most Haredim in Israel don’t even know the Zionist anthem let alone sing it. But also America? It seems that way at the annual Flatbush Hatzolah-NYPD game. Anyway, ‘Good July 4 Yom Tov.’

B’nai B’rith to Honor Baseball’s Bud Selig

Bud Selig, the commissioner of Major League Baseball, will be honored B’nai B’rith International ,which will award him its Distinguished Humanitarian Award on June...

All Star Softball League: Janglo Breaks Good News, Noble Effort Pays Off

Jerry’s Kids second game of the week was perhaps the most exciting of the season to date.

A Hero When Jews Desperately Needed One: An Interview with Hank Greenberg Biographer John...

To his parents’ friends, he was “Mrs. Greenberg’s disgrace,” but to sports fans he is one of the greatest – if not the greatest – Jewish baseball players of all time. Long before Sandy Koufax, Hank Greenberg excited Jewish sports fans with his prowess on the baseball diamond.

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