Rabbi Yosef Langer blew his shofar to bless the Giants, who faced off against the San Diego Padres.
It is even possible the teams could play a doubleheader Tuesday, but the more likely scenario is a single game Tuesday followed by a doubleheader in the Bronx on Wednesday or Thursday.
According to multiple media reports, other Giants who took a knee were outfielders Austin Slater, Jaylin Davis and Mike Yastrzemski as well as first base coach Antoan Richardson.
Who would have imagined that some 70 years after the Greenberg-Robinson exchange, it would be an African-American athlete who would call out his own community on prejudice against Jews?
Kevin Youkilis has long been famous for his Jewish heritage.
Schott, who owned the Reds from 1984 to 1999, was banned from managing the team in 1996 after she spoke admiringly of Adolf Hitler.
The Blue Jays shut their training site in nearby Dunedin, Fla., after a player exhibited symptoms of COVID-19, multiple media outlets reported.
“I will never let our family name be next to someone that was filled with such hatred towards our Jewish community,” Youkilis said his father told him.
Red Sox fans will select 12 mental health organizations to win grants of up to $10,000.
Newest Team Israel member Ian Kinsler reflects on 14-year MLB career, Olympic opportunity