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Thought it was very thorough and interesting.
The film briefly discusses Jewish baseball magnates like Bud Selig, Fred Wilpon, and others, but most of this documentary is concerned with on-field exploits.
Narrated by Dustin Hoffman, the film is an easy recommendation to people with an interest in Jewish history and/or baseball enthusiasts.
This is a wonderful documentary. The star of David stitching on the cover picture is emblamatic of the way Jewish players were woven through the fabric of the sport. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Archer A. Jordan
Got this as a gift for a family member's birthday as I knew he didn't have it-and he loves all things baseball! Hope he will enjoy it a lot ( and lend it to me after!)Published 6 months ago by Evanna L. Dunlop
great film. Class enjoyed it. Used it to teach about Jews in baseball along with old cards and balls. Thanks!Published 12 months ago by riette perlman
It was a very interesting book. It surprised me with some of the facts. Not too much else I can say.Published 12 months ago by Larry Schwartz
Gave it to a recuperating friend and he loved it. He is a Jewish history buff and is stuck at home lately.Published 12 months ago by Ed Sanderson
Following the style of Ken Burns magnificent "Baseball" series, this film zeroes is on the role of Jews in Major League Baseball. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Paul A. Moore
Like Baseball: A Film by Ken Burns this tells the story of baseball for the Children of Israel. Somewhat suprising as I never thought anything about this. Read morePublished 15 months ago by ellison
This was an excellent movie that kept me engaged all the way through. It is an insightful presentation of the growth of baseball as an American institution, Jewish aside, and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Paula in Texas
I saw this program on PBS TV, and liked it so much, I ordered the DVD. There is a bonus of viewing deleted sequences, and more extensive interviews about Sandy Koufax. Read morePublished 16 months ago by B.E.