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Jeff Aeder, of Milt's Barbecue for the Perplexed fame, launches the online Jewish Baseball Museum 

Koufax, Greenberg And More: Behold The Jewish Baseball Museum
by Cole Jacobson
October 11, 2016

To many, the term “Jewish sports legends” might make them think of the scene from “Airplane,” in which this topic is considered… 123 more words


Dodgers Advance Notes Part 2

Of course last night’s advance by L.A. at the expense of “Wash,” marks another bitter end to a Dusty Baker managed season. His managed teams are now (1-11), the same abysmal record the Texas Rangers have in division series home games, in their last 12 games in which they had a chance to clinch a series. 222 more words

The Night Baseball Said Goodbye

I witnessed a piece of history tonight. I watched Vin Scully, the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the voice of baseball, accept the praise and honor of his people at his retirement ceremony. 1,914 more words

What, No Champagne or Party Hats?

Happy New Year!

Let your hair down and crack open that bottle of…  Moet and Manischewitz???

Rosh Hashanah starts this evening at sundown. Jewish holidays for the most part always begin at sundown, which when I was a kid made me think of gun duels in cowboy movies. 1,034 more words

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Good-bye Vin Scully

Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully, who works the radio side on his own, is retiring from 67 years’ painting the word picture. The Bronx native and… 106 more words


(Told You) Vin Scully Is Great

My emotions run deep today as the great broadcaster, Vin Scully, will work from Dodger Stadium, for the last time.

Ceremonies were held Friday night honoring Scully at Dodger Stadium. 333 more words