Wednesday, February 21, 2018
NBA defending champions the Miami Heat visited the US Holocaust Memorial Museum Monday for the second year in a row.
An Orthodox student made history Sunday, becoming the first Big Ten basketball player to don a kippah during a game.
Basketball star Tony Parker has apologized following a media storm over photos showing him giving a neo-Nazi salute.
A French soccer player doubled down on a neo-Nazi salute over the weekend, comparing his actions to those of US President Barack Obama.
Holocaust refugee John Thorn was drawn to baseball because of its “possibilities for fairness” and the heroic figures who played the game.
Tom Maayan’s college basketball career has been put on indefinite hold.
A Jewish female boxer has won a bantamweight title.
Israel announced the five athletes who would compete in the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia last week.
For the second year in a row, the Houston Rockets celebrated Hanukkah with their own rendition of the 'Dreidel Song.'
But no player, Jewish or otherwise, has done as much to change the recent history of baseball as Ron Blomberg.


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