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My Wild Pitch Miracle
Miracles happen in seconds...A lesson on appreciating the One who created our amazing brain.
My thoughts on baseball's free agency
We can debate all day who the best second baseman is; what is objectively verifiable is who the highest paid player is. The math is very simple: I make more than you, hence I am more valuable than you!
Barry Bonds hit his 757th, Matt Cain his first, but Rabbi Langer hit the most spectacular home run of the evening...
A Baseball Lesson from the Lubavitcher Rebbe
"How was the game?" asked the Rebbe. "By the sixth inning," the young fan confessed, "the Dodgers were losing nine-to-two. So we decided to leave"
"That day the pitcher lost the game. But he won the World Series, and on his table were the tefillin," concluded the Rebbe. "In the end, he will give to them merit by putting them on"
Who are you - a player or a spectator
In baseball, each team has its own fans and supporters cheering it on to victory. When a team loses a game, its fans are naturally disappointed. A series of defeats will likely frustrate them even more, and they will lose interest in the team, switching t...
Who wins? In baseball and in life
A young schoolboy stood before the Rebbe one day in 1954, to receive a blessing before his bar mitzvah. He was surprised when the Rebbe asked him, in English. “Which sport do you like best?” “Baseball,” the boy replied. “Do you ever play baseball with you...
Shimshon Stock headed the Chevra Simchas Shabbos V’Yom Tov charity fund for thirty years. In the 1940s, he was a rambunctious teenager growing up in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. One day, on the way to a ball game with his friend, he met the Rebb...
As someone who grew up with baseball, I appreciate the nuances of the game . . .
Pitcher remembered for ‘Shot Heard Round the World’ passes away at age 90
Former Brooklyn Dodger pitching star Ralph Branca passed away early in the morning on Nov. 23 at the age of 90. Most famous for giving up a 1951 pennant-winning home run to Bobby Thomson of the Dodgers’ cross-town rivals the New York Giants—known forever ...
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