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Monday 28 Sivan, 5774 - June 26, 2014

baseball Baseball (MLB):
Milwaukee Brewers' left fielder Ryan Braun (Jewish father) has a .278 batting average, with 10 home runs and 39 runs-batted-in. Detroit Tigers' second baseman Ian Kinsler (Jewish father) is batting .294 with 8 HR and 35 RBI. Detroit manager Brad Ausmus is leading the Tigers to a 40-32 won-loss record, first place in the American League Central Division. Pittsburgh Pirates' first baseman Ike Davis is batting .249 with 5 HR and 24 RBI as of June 23. Kansas City Royals' third baseman Danny Valencia is back from the injured list, and has a .236 batting average with 1 HR and 7 RBI.
baseball On the pitcher's mound, Houston Astros' Scott Feldman (Jewish father) has a 3-4 won-loss record after 66 innings pitched in 12 games. He has recorded 38 strike outs and has walked 19 batters, and has a 3.95 earned run average. Craig Breslow has a 2-2 won-loss record with a 3.86 ERA for 25 1/3 innings pitched in 26 games this season. Aaron Poreda has a 2-0 won-loss record with a 2.93 ERA, and has pitched 15 1/3 innings in 18 games. Josh Zeid has a 4.63 ERA for 11 2/3 innings pitched in 12 game appearances in 2014.
basketball Men's Basketball (NBA):
David Blatt signed a contract to become head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Blatt, a Princeton University graduate, played in the Maccabiah Games, and went on to a career playing in Israel. After that, he coached in Israel and in Europe, leading the Russian National Team to a bronze medal in the 2012 London Olympics. This past season, he led Maccabi Tel Aviv to a triple, as they won the Israeli Elite League championship, the Israeli State Cup, and the Euroleague championship.
basketball Women's Basketball:
The Israeli Women's National Team lost the second of three games recently, this time to Croatia, at home in Ramat Gan. Na'ama Shafir led the Israeli scorers with 14 points in that game.
golf Women's Golf (LPGA):
Morgan Pressel has made the cut in 11 of 14 events she has played thus far this year. She has a scoring average of 71.5, and 24 of her 50 rounds in 2014 have been under par. With two top-10 finishes, she has earnings of $205,602.
tennis2 Men's Tennis (ATP):
Dudi Sela improved his World ranking to 101st. In singles, he has an 8-13 won-loss record, with earnings of $158,083 as of June 23.
tennis2 Women's Tennis (WTA):
Through 15 events, Shahar Peer is ranked 78th in the World. She has a 9-15 singles won-loss record and a 7-7 doubles record with combined earnings of $150,160.
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