Monday, July 16, 2007

Jewish Fantasy Baseball: Week 11

Hey there Jewish baseball fans. We're in week twelve of the JFB season, and while the standings may not reflect it, this faithful bunch has given us much nachas.

In a short, post-all-star-break week, missing their starting second baseman and shortstop, the Homerin' Hebrews made a respectable showing, losing to team shutout 140.5 - 105.5.

Adam Kennedy (honorary jew until Ian Kinsler returns from the DL) was impressive in his Major League Jew debut, going 3 for 7 with a double and a homerun with three runs scored and two RBIs.

And, as is becoming the norm this fantasy baseball season, Ryan "Bar Mitzvah Boy" Braun had another week worth singing Hava Nagilah for, with a 3 for 9, 2 HR, 2 R, 4 RBI, 4 BB performance.

His is, once again, our Adam's Life Sluggin' Semite Of The Week.

This week, MLJ faces the first place, A-Rod led Red Rooks squad. It may take a miracle, but if we've learned anything from the bible, it's that miracles can happen. All you need is a magic staff. And we have one-- the Mets pitching staff, led by Scott Schoeneweis.

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