Baseball Fans Aim to Give Jews a League of Their Own

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c. 2006 Religion News Service HINSDALE, Mass. _ Israeli customs officers are used to searching odd-shaped packages, and Richard Grayson’s baggage certainly qualified. “What are these for?” the officer asked, staring at 14 dozen shiny, new baseballs Grayson was carrying. With a straight face, Grayson told him: “To play baseball, of course.” The officer laughed. […]

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