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Monday 19 Tishrei, 5775 - October 13, 2014

baseball Baseball (MLB):
As the playoffs are nearing an end, and the World Series will soon commence, none of the Jewish players' teams are involved, so Jewish sports fans will have to wait until next season. There have been at least a few Jewish Major Leaguers who received World Series rings in the past decade, most recently pitcher Craig Breslow and catcher Ryan Lavarnway, two Yale grads who were with the Boston Red Sox in 2013.
basketball Basketball:
On October 5, Maccabi Tel Aviv lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers in an exhibition game 80-107. It was the first NBA exhibition victory for Cavs' rookie coach David Blatt. Sylven Landsberg (Jewish father) led all Maccabi scorers with 23 points.

Women's Golf (LPGA)
Morgan Pressel has made the cut in 18 of the 23 events she has played in 2014. She has a scoring average of 71.494 and earnings of $319,477.

ice hockey Ice Hockey:
Evan Kaufmann has 6 points (2 goals and 4 assists) in 8 games for the Nuermberg Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers of the German DEL thus far this season. In addition, he has 12 penalty minutes.
soccer football Soccer (MLS):
Sporting Kansas City midfielder Benny Feilhaber (Jewish father) has netted 4 goals and has 6 assists in 29 games this year.
tennis2 Men's Tennis (ATP):
Dudi Sela is ranked 84th in the World. He has a singles won-loss record of 18-20 and a doubles record of 1-3 with earnings of $358,832 in 2014.
tennis2 Women's Tennis (WTA):
Shahar Peer is ranked 130th in the World. In 24 events this year she has a 15-24 singles record and a 12-13 doubles record, with earnings of $290,778.


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