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Monday 9 Tamuz 5774 - July 7, 2014
baseball Baseball (MLB):
Rookie manager Brad Ausmus is leading the Detroit Tigers to a 49-37 won-loss record, 1st place in the American League Central Division. Tigers' second baseman Ian Kinsler (Jewish father) has a .304 batting average with 11 home runs and 46 runs-batted-in. Milwaukee Brewers' left fielder Ryan Braun (Jewish father) is batting .291 with 11 HR and 49 RBI. Kansas City Royals' third baseman Danny Valencia is batting .293 with 2 HR and 10 RBI. Minnesota Twins' center fielder Sam Fuld is batting .253 with 2 HR and 14 RBI. Pittsburgh Pirates' first baseman Ike Davis is batting .240 with 5 HR and 28 RBI. Toronto Blue Jays' outfielder Kevin Pillar is batting .225 with 2 RBI. Oakland A's first baseman Nate Freiman is batting .217 with 1 HR and 5 RBI.
baseball On the pitcher's mound, Houston Astros' Scott Feldman (Jewish father) has a 4-5 won-loss record, and a 3.86 earned-run-average in 84 innings pitched in 15 games, with 52 strike outs and 21 walks. Houston pitcher Josh Zeid has a 6.23 ERA in 17 1/3 innings in 20 games, with 16 strike outs and 6 walks. Boston Red Sox' Craig Breslow has a 2-2 won-loss record, with a 5.23 ERA in 31 innings in 32 games, with 21 strike outs and 21 walks. Texas Rangers' Aason Poreda has a 2-1 won-loss record and a 5.31 ERA in 20 1/3 innings in 25 games, with 20 strike outs and 7 walks.
hockey Ice Hockey (NHL):
Left wing Mike Cammalleri recently signed a 5-year $25 million contract to play for the New Jersey Devils. Cammalleri holds the all-time Jewish career goals scored record, with 236, and his 502 career points places him in second place among Jewish NHL players, behind Mathieu Schneider's career 743 points.

Men's Tennis (ATP):
Dudi Sela is ranked 98th in the World after playing in Wimbledon. He has an 8-14 won-loss record in 14 events he has played in 2014, and has earnings of $204,005.


Women's Tennis (WTA):
Shahar Peer picked up 10 points at Wimbledon, and she is now ranked 84th in the World with a 9-16 won-loss record in singles and a 7-7 doubles record. She has earnings of $192,244 in the 16 events she has played in 2014.


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