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Jewish World Series MVPs

If he pitches in the 2013 World Series, Craig Breslow becomes the 24th Jewish Major Leaguer to play in the Fall Classic. In this post, JewishSportsCollectibles.com reviews some of the cards and memorabilia for Jewish World Series MVP winners Larry Sherry (1959), Sandy Koufax (1963 and 1965) and Steve Yeager (1981).

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Jewish World Series Heroes

As the 2013 World Series gets started, JewishSportsCollectibles.com reviews some of the cards and memorabilia for Jewish World Series MVP winners Larry Sherry (1959), Sandy Koufax (1963 and 1965) and Steve Yeager (1981).

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Joe Ginsberg & The 50th Anniversary of the Mets’ First Game

April 11 marks the 50th anniversary of the New York Mets’ first game in 1962, against the Cardinals in St. Louis. Former Jewish Major Leaguer Myron Nathan “Joe” Ginsberg was behind the plate that day. JewishSportsCollectibles looks back, and offers a review of Ginsberg’s cards and memorabilia.

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Coming In June: Judaism & Baseball Retreat

Jewish baseball enthusiasts have a unique opportunity to indulge their passion this summer in a Judaism & Baseball retreat that’s being billed as a “first-ever, exciting and intriguing weekend exploring the spiritual, social, and historical connections between Judaism and baseball.” The event is the most recent example of the “recent renaissance of interest in Jews in baseball” and offers numerous opportunities to add to a Jewish baseball memorabilia collection.

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Jewish World Series MVP Profile: Sandy Koufax

JewishSportsCollectibles.com offers a look at some of Sandy Koufax’s collectibles, one of three Jewish players to win the World Series’ Most Valuable Player Award during the 55-year history of honor. The others include Larry Sherry (1959) and Steve Yeager (1981).

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Sports’ Jewish Labor Leaders & Execs

The passing of Labor Day marks a fitting time to pay tribute to the union leaders and front office executives who have made — and continue to make — a significant impact on professional sports. Jewish sports collectors interested in adding memorabilia associated with the major sports’ labor leaders and management have limited, but varied, options.

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