Martin Abramowitz

Martin Abramowitz

Chief Executive Officer at Jewish Major Leaguers Inc

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104 Greenlawn Ave, Newton, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(617) 969-6244

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Doctorate  - Social Welfare , Brandeis University


Publisher  - Jewish Sports Collectibles

Member of Board of Advisors  - Israel Baseball League

Volunteer Consultant  - JLC New England Board

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Martin Abramowitz.Dr. Abramowitz has been the Vice President of Planning at the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston since 1982.Known as America's custodian of Jewish baseball memory, Dr. Abramowitz is the founding president of Jewish Major Leaguers, Inc., an organization that documents America's Jews who have played professional baseball.He is the originator of the popular baseball card set depicting Jewish Major Leaguers.

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As announced by Jewish Major Leaguers cards publisher Martin Abramowitz in the Jewish Sports Collectibles group on Yahoo, and as reported by Jewish sports blogger Ron Kaplan on Kaplan's Korner on Jews & Sports, the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center in Connecticut will be hosting an in-depth discussion of Judaism & Baseball from June 29-July 1, 2012.
Martin Abramowitz Martin Abramowitz, president of Jewish Major Leaguers, the producer of the JML baseball cards and co-author of Jewish Major Leaguers in Their Own Words: Oral Histories of 23 Players. Tags: "Celebration of Jews In Baseball", 75th anniversary of Hank Greenberg's rookie season, Avivia Kempner, Baseball for All, Baseball Hall of Fame, Beckett Markeplace,, Benita Boxerman, Bob Ruxin, Bob Tufts, Burton Boxerman, Clown Prince of Baseball, Dan Bern, Daniel Kurtzer, eBay, Elliott Maddox, Ellis Island to Ebbets Field, Hank Greenberg, Holy Land Hardball, Howard Megdal, IBL, Ira Berkow, Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, Israel Baseball League, Jewish baseball, Jewish Book World, Jewish Major Leaguers, Jews and Baseball, Judiasm and Baseball, Justine Siegal, Kaplan's Korner, Life and Times of Hank Greenberg, Martin Abramowitz, Max Patkin, Mikhail Horowitz, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Out of Left Field, Peter Levine, Rabbi Michael Paley, Rebecca Alpert, retreat, Stan Hochman, The Baseball Talmud, The Big Book of Jewish Baseball, women in baseball

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As Martin Abramowitz, the president of Jewish Major Leaguers, Inc., points out, these Jewish big leaguers have combined for 22,000 hits, compiled a batting average of .265, hit more than 2000 home runs, and driven in over 10,000 runs.

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