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Hammerin’ Hank & The Golden Arm: Remembering Baseball’S Jewish Hall Of Famers, Kenneth Lasson Apr 2011

Hammerin’ Hank & The Golden Arm: Remembering Baseball’S Jewish Hall Of Famers, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

This cover story focuses on two of baseball’s greatest players, Sandy Koufax, and Hank Greenberg. Besides describing their great talent for the game, it also chronicles the religious discrimination, taunts and abuse they had to endure for their religious beliefs, not just from the public, but occasionally from members of opposing teams as well.


Keynote Address: Why Are There So Many Injuries To Our Young Athletes? Professionalization And Specialization In Youth Sport, James R. Andrews M.D. Jan 2011

Keynote Address: Why Are There So Many Injuries To Our Young Athletes? Professionalization And Specialization In Youth Sport, James R. Andrews M.D.

University of Baltimore Law Review

Keynote address at the Amateur Sports Symposium: Death of Amateurism: Implications for Sport and Health, delivered at the University of Baltimore School of Law on Thursday, October 28, 2010


Introduction To The 2010 Amateur Sports Symposium, Dionne L. Koller Jan 2011

Introduction To The 2010 Amateur Sports Symposium, Dionne L. Koller

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Symposium: Uneven Bars: Age Rules, Antitrust, And Amateurism In Women's Gymnastics, Ryan M. Rodenberg, Andrea N. Eagleman Jan 2011

Symposium: Uneven Bars: Age Rules, Antitrust, And Amateurism In Women's Gymnastics, Ryan M. Rodenberg, Andrea N. Eagleman

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.