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Prejudice against Jews and Johnny Kling caught, both come from Leitner who al-
blacks is non-existent in games of a doubleheader, ready has provided a most
baseball. The blacks have and doing so, registered two fascinating book on the great
conquered over bias and they shutout triumphs in a row! American game on the dia-
are now among the leaders The occasion was September mond.
in the game. Jews, too, suf- 26, 1908; the opposing team
fered from indignities, yet was Brooklyn, and the scores
their role is among the pio- were 5 to 0 and 3 to 0, with ...
Reulbach giving up a total of
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"The final irony is that all
Brooklyn Atlantics: "Lipman the `Moes,' the `Solomons,'
(or 'Lip' as he was called) and the `Skys' no longer need
and still another brother, be concerned about changing
Jay, went on to become two their 'cognomens' to play the
of the very first profes- game; their presence on the
sionals in the country."
diamond has served only to
Other 19th Century Jews in enrich the pastime. Witness
baseball are recalled by such names as Morris 'Moe
Leitner, "such as 'Chief' Jim Berg' (he was a language
Rosenman (outfielder for the scholar and a graduate of
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pitcher for several National ed second base for Pittsburgh
League and American Asso- and later was a coach for
ciation clubs in the eighties), Brooklyn), Harry 'The Horse'
Billy Nash (who for 15 years Danning (he covered home
mail the Spanish-American plate over a ten-year period
War played third base, with the Giants), Robert 'Bo'
mainly with the Boston and Belinsky (he pitched a no-hit,
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Harry Kane, whose true in 1971, his rookie year with
name was Harry Cohen."
the Yankees, by pounding the
Leitner recalls a "bigoted ball for a season average of
little joke" in their "so-called .322), `Hammerin Hank'
book of humor by 'Jack' Greenberg (he was elected
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Is the work too arduous?"
Ken Holtzman, Ron Blom-
The author of the excellent berg and others. An interest-
baseball history at this point ing addendum will certainly
referred to "two of the great-
est Jewish ballplayers of all
time — 'Big Ed' Reulbach
(pitcher) and Johnny Kling
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