The Baseball Talmud
The Definitive Position-by-Position Ranking of Baseball's Chosen Players
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Praise For The Baseball Talmud: The Definitive Position-by-Position Ranking of Baseball's Chosen Players…
— Jeremy Schaap, ESPN reporter and author of Cinderella Man
“What is there to say about a book that, among its many merits, invents the “value-added Judaism” statistic? With high humor and a strong grasp of his facts, Howard Megdal answers questions and addresses issues that Jewish fans have long wondered about—and fans of other faiths will also enjoy.”
— John Eisenberg, author of The Great Match Race
“Howard Megdal’s witty and informative book gives the definitive rabbinic commentary on the 160—Who knew?—Jews who played in the Major Leagues. These guys could pitch, field and hit. Plus, they loved their mothers.”
— L. Jon Wertheim, Senior Writer, Sports Illustrated and author of Running the Table and Blood in the Cage
Harper Paperbacks, 9780061558443, 256pp.
Publication Date: March 15, 2010
About the Author
Howard Megdal covers baseball for the New York Observer. He is a regular contributor to New York Baseball Digest and Inside Pitch, and has written for ESPN.com and numerous other publications. Megdal cohosts the radio program New York Baseball Live with Mike Silva. Megdal's daily haiku recapping each Mets game can be read on Metsgeek.com. He lives in New York.