Shel Wallman and Ephraim Moxson are doing this for the love of it. They explain that they are both retired and don't make any money at it.
So, what makes them do it?
I have a theory that, inside every Jewish man and every Jewish woman, is a little boy or a little girl who wants to know the same things that my little ones want to know: Is that player like me? Do they say Shema? Do they also have Pesach?
Thanks, Jewish Sports Review, for your dedication to the dreams and inspiration of every little Jewish boy and every little Jewish girl who every dreamed of standing on a baseball diamond--whether they are 9 or 99!
Duo celebrating bar mitzvah of counting Jewish athletes
By Edmon J. Rodman
LOS ANGELES (JTA) -- Down in Texas, the Rangers have an All-Star second baseman who has added flavor and flair to the 2010 season, helping propel his team to the World Series for the first time in its history. And with a name like Ian Kinsler, he might just be ...