Jews on First On Camden Yards' 25th anniversary, the JT takes a look at the ballpark's Jewish history

Football has ubiquity. Basketball has superstars. Hockey has all of Canada and soccer the rest of the world. And then there’s baseball. The sport with the oldest professional league in the country is no longer America’s favorite (that honor, by most measures, goes to football) or, by most people’s standards, the most exciting. And yet,… Read More

Shalom to the Enshrined

For Jeff Idelson, the director of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., induction weekend is all about teamwork. “When you get to signature events [and] you’re in a small community, all the pieces have to come together effectively for it to be a grand slam,” Idelson said recently from his… Read More