A likely faceoff between the Braves’ Max Fried and the Astros’ Alex Bregman in game 2 of the fall classic is a critical and indeed historic matchup of baseball’s two biggest Jewish stars
Could the Rays and Dodgers have the first Jew vs. Jew pitcher-batter showdown in championship history?
Simulations scratch the sports itch in a surprisingly satisfying way. Are they the future?
Baseball is trivial in comparison to whatever Isaiah or Ezekiel were talking about and the stakes of even a very important sporting event are comfortingly low, in the larger sense. Except that baseball isn’t trivial, and the stakes are not low.
Why the Dodgers’ pitcher failure of nerve is a good lesson to us all never to let disrespect fly
In one of the longest, most eventful games in series history, the Astro stood tall
Like celebrating Passover, cheering for Houston is a ritual of great sorrow, heavenly revelation, and decades of erring in the wilderness, hoping for the best
The Amazin’s are in the World Series. Here’s who’s pumped.
It’s been 50 years since the M.V.P. lefty sat out on the holiest day of the year, then pitched the Los Angeles Dodgers to the 1965 World Series title
Unraveling Jewish baseball’s urban legend about the southpaw and the Rebbe
The series is tied at 2-2, but so much more is going on
He’s also playing in the World Series right now
Why MLB’s most productive Jewish player deserves fans—despite missing out on the All-Star Game and facing suspension
This is what you get when you replace Scott Feldman in the World Series
Rooting for the Texas Rangers in the World Series
The Rangers will have to wait ’til next year
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