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Erskine Mayer

Contrary to popular belief, Sandy Koufax wasn’t the first dominant Jewish pitcher in baseball. That distinction belongs to Erskine Mayer, who made history nearly five decades earlier by becoming the first Jew to win 20 games and also pitch in a World Series, both of which he did twice. Mayer, whose father composed an opera… Read more »

Bryan Cohen

Bryan Cohen, is the first basketball player in Patriot League history to earn Defensive Player of the Year three consecutive seasons while also scoring 1,102 points at Bucknell University from 2009-13. A Lower Moreland, PA native, he had played for 2014 PJSHOF inductee Coach Steve Chadwin at Abington Friends and later became a three-time participant… Read more »

Carl Cherkin

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Carl Cherkin has enjoyed a long running career of success in sports, broadcasting, marketing, business development and public relations. While some may know him as an athlete or broadcaster, most recently he has been known for his involvement as one of the founding executives of the Philadelphia Union, a Major League Soccer… Read more »

Samuel Mattis

After tripping over a hurdle in eighth grade, Sam Mattis was told he would be a thrower. From that day forward, he became a track and field athlete competing in the discus throw. Setting the New Jersey state record from 2010-2012, he won the NJ Meet of Champions and the New Balance Nationals in 2011… Read more »

Steve Shull

Steve Shull was one of three captains for the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII. Born in Philadelphia, he grew up in Bucks County. His football career started at Neshaminy High School – the football program had a long history of excellence. As part of its 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, the NFL honored… Read more »

Adam Feldman

Adam Feldman remains the winningest male foil fencer in Penn State University history with 92.3% wins. Born in Philadelphia, he started fencing at the Abington YMCA at age 15 and fell in love with the sport. With lessons under Coach Bill Shipman at the University of Pennsylvania, he began to taste some success at the… Read more »

Songs of Baseball

Baseball Ballads and Baseball Ballads 2, written, played and sung by Chuck Brodsky

Myra Sack Memorabilia

Plaque for the Dartmouth Student Athlete Community Service Award, Bowl awarded as the Dartmouth Women’s Soccer Player of the Year 2009

Chris O’Loughlin Memorabilia

USA Lanyard for the Olympics in Barcelona, Spain 1992, Ticket to the Olympics in Barcelona, Spain 1992, Fencing Pin from the Olympics in Atlanta, GA 1996. 1st Place Medal Veterans 50 National North American Cup, Baltimore, MD 2017, World Championship Certificate Veterans, Livorno, Italy 2018