April 28, 2011 | 6:45 am
Posted by Jeremy Fine
These past few weeks the professional Jewish Athletes have been shining. Take a look:
Sam Fuld - Besides being a daily web gem Fuld has been great at the plate as well. As of today he is 3rd in the AL in batting with a .350 average (solid pace to be Jewish MLBer of the Year).
Ryan Braun - Braun leads the majors in Home Runs with 9. He is also second in RBIs behind fellow teammate Prince Fielder. His hitting has gotten him a 5 year contract extension.
Mike Cammalleri - While the Canadians just got eliminated, Cammalleri got his final punch in during game six scoring once and adding two assists.
Gabe Carimi - He hasn’t done much this week, but this weekend look for his name to be called in the first round of the NFL draft (maybe early second).
Jordan Farmar - Farmar has been out of action since the playoffs began but ended the season on a high with 13 assists and 23 points in a start for the Nets.
Jason Marquis - Picked up his second win making him 2-0 in 4 starts. Much better than last season.
Dmitriy Salita - Salita fought for the third time in 8 months beating Ronnie Warrior Jr.
Colt Cabana - Colt continues to tour the USA defending his NWA title. His next match is Saturday night (and Sunday) in East Rutherford NJ.
Kane - With partner Big Show, Kane captured the WWE Tag Team Titles.
And Let Us Say…Amen.
- Jeremy Fine
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