Sunday, April 22, 2018
Thanks to a memorabilia collector, clearly taking Herzl’s words to heart—If you will it, it is no dream—a Jewish baseball museum is at last a reality.
Jewish-American Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman has been named again to the U.S. women’s Olympics gymnastics team.
Tom Maayan’s college basketball career has been put on indefinite hold.
Israel on Monday in Seoul topped Korea 2-1 in the 10th inning. Team Israel had 8 hits to Korea’s 7 in the hard-fought game.
The Jewish state is enjoying something of an influx of NBA players, thanks to an initiative of pro-player Omri Casspi to fight the boycott Israel movement.
Plans to build the first regulation baseball stadium in Israel have gathered steam in the wake of Team Israel’s surprisingly strong performance in the World Baseball Classic.
Major League Baseball has just drafted its first Israeli player.
Casspi, who has played for five other NBA teams, has not played in recent games due to an ankle injury.
They will be identified as competing as part of the International Judo Federation and medalists will not hear the national anthem, "Hatikvah."
American Jewish gymnast Aly Raisman won her third medal of the Rio Olympics on Tuesday — a silver in the floor exercise.

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