Inductees

Harold “Hotsy” Reinfeld

A household name to many in Philadelphia, Harold “Hotsy” Reinfeld began his basketball career at Frankford High School as a starting member of the basketball team. During his high school days, he played in the Jewish Basketball League – and received “Rookie of the Year” honors- He also played in the Philadelphia Suburban Baseball League…. Read more »

Richie Richman

Richie Richman excelled in varsity football, baseball and basketball at Overbrook High School in the late 1950s. In basketball, he was a starter on a championship team with great players – Wayne Hightower, Wally Jones, Walt Hazzard and Ralph Heyward – and his team was voted one of the best high school teams ever in… Read more »

Brian Roberts

Brian Roberts is known throughout the world as the Chairman and CEO of Comcast Corporation. What is far less known about Roberts is that he was a squash player who won a gold medal with the U.S. squash team in 2005 and silver at the 1981, 1985, 1997 and 2009 Maccabiah Games in Israel. A… Read more »

Leon Rose

Professional sports agent Leon Rose is head of the Basketball Division at Creative Artists Agency (CAA), a full service sports and entertainment firm. He is certified by the NBA Players Association and represents many of the top players in the NBA including such superstars as LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul. Rose received a… Read more »

Louise “Bobbie” Rose

At the tender age of 98, Louise Rose is one of the most active and celebrated women athletes in the history of Philadelphia. Proficient in a wide variety of sports, the game of golf is her main focus. She is still active, pounding the ball on the driving range as many mornings as possible. When… Read more »

Michael Rose

Growing up, Michael Rose excelled in baseball, football, basketball and tennis, but as he entered junior high, it was golf that consumed his sporting life. The recipient of invaluable lessons in the short game and course management from his Hall of Fame mother, Bobbie, he made the varsity golf team at Abington High School and… Read more »

Howie Roseman

Few people in the competitive world of professional sports have had a year like the one Howie Roseman enjoyed in 2017. The Eagles Executive Vice President of Football Operations, now in his 19th season with the team, was named Executive of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America for his role in constructing… Read more »

Bonnie Rosen

Bonnie Rosen, one of the youngest persons to be inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, has been an outstanding high school, college and internationally competitive lacrosse player, as well as a successful women’s lacrosse coach at the University of Connecticut and Yale University. A native of Bala Cynwyd, she is a 1988… Read more »

Alexander “Petey” Rosenberg

Petey Rosenberg was one of the most versatile athletes ever to come out of South Philadelphia. Born on the Fourth of July in 1918, he made his mark in both scholastic and professional basketball and baseball. At South Philadelphia High School, Rosenberg played baseball on the 1936 championship team, touted as the best high school… Read more »

Allen Rosenberg

He transferred to Temple University’s Pharmacy College. Upon his graduation in 1954, he joined the Vesper Boat Club where his rowing career began. That same year he won a gold and silver medal. In the Pan American Games in Mexico City. He went on to capture seven U.S. and Canadian national championships, a silver medal… Read more »