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Oct 21 2010
1 Alan Sugar, English, Chairman of Tottenham Hotspur 20766
2 Paul Newman, US actor, motorsport team owner & driver 7931
3 Bill Goldberg, U.S. Handler, Judd " [link]", San Diego Jewish Journal</ref> 7404
4 Roman Abramovich, Russia, owner of Chelsea Football Club 6288
5 Sandy Koufax, US starting pitcher, 6-time All-Star, MVP, 3-time Cy Young Award, 5-time ERA leader, 3-time Wins leader, 2-time W-L% leader, 4-time strikeouts leader, Baseball Hall of Fame, 1 perfect game 5002
6 Danny Valencia, US third baseman 3844
7 Malcolm Glazer, US, owner of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, majority owner of Manchester United 3502
8 Mark Cuban, owner of Dallas Mavericks 3078
9 Gai Assulin, Israel, plays for Barcelona B 2567
10 Scott Levy ("Raven"), U.S. 2548
11 Marty Turco, Canadian, NHL goaltender, Chicago Blackhawks 2198
12 Yossi Benayoun, Israel, Chelsea midfielder and Israel national team captain 1871
13 Jordan Farmar, US NBA 6' 2" point guard (New Jersey Nets) 1829
14 Paul Heyman, US, professional wrestling manager 1654
15 Michael Cammalleri, Canadian 1651
16 Lyle Alzado, DE, US, 2-time All-Pro 1461
17 Ian Kinsler, US second baseman, 2-time All-Star 1407
18 Jon Scheyer, US All-American Duke University 6' 5" shooting guard & point guard 1316
19 Shahar Pe'er, Israeli, highest world ranking # <nowiki>15</nowiki> 1305
20 Theo Epstein, US, General Manager of the Boston Red Sox 1296
21 Howard Schultz, US owner of Seattle Supersonics; founder of Starbucks 1218
22 Mark Spitz, US Olympic champion (9 golds (400-meter freestyle relay twice, 800-meter freestyle relay twice, 100-meter freestyle, 200-meter freestyle, 100-meter butterfly, 200-meter butterfly, 400-meter medley relay), 1 silver (100-meter butterfly), 1 bronze (100-meter freestyle)), has the second-most gold medals won in a single Olympic Games (7) 1141
23 Al Davis, US football owner/coach, Oakland Raiders 1136
24 Daniel Snyder, US, owner of Washington Redskins 1082
25 David Stern, US, National Basketball Association Commissioner 1071
26 Zygi Wilf, principal owner of the Minnesota Vikings 1068
27 Max Baer ("Madcap Maxie"), US world champion heavyweight, ¼ Jewish, wore a big Star of David on his trunks, Hall of Fame </ref> 1035
28 Matt Bloom, G, T, San Diego Chargers 1028
29 Sasha Cohen, US figure skater, reigning US Figure Skating National Champion & Olympic silver 1027
30 Bud Selig, US, Major League Baseball Commissioner 1017
31 Dean Malenko (real name Dean Simon), U.S. 995
32 Taylor Mays, S, San Francisco 49ers 970
33 Randy Lerner, US, owner of the Cleveland Browns, owner of Aston Villa 832
34 Larry Brown, US ABA 5' 9" point guard, 3-time All-Star, 3-time assists leader, & NBA coach, Olympic champion 776
35 Zab Judah ("Super"), US world champion junior welterweight & world champion welterweight 775
36 Corey Pavin, US Champions Tour professional golfer (converted to Christianity) 761
37 Sue Bird, US WNBA 5' 9" point guard, Seattle Storm </ref> 758
38 Kevin Youkilis, US first baseman, third baseman, & left fielder, Gold Glove, 2-time All-Star 752
39 Gary Bettman, US, National Hockey League Commissioner 736
40 Melissa Hiatt, US, professional wrestling manager 701
41 Art Modell, US, former owner of the Baltimore Ravens 673
42 Herb Kohl, US, owner of the Milwaukee Bucks 668
43 Red Auerbach, US 5' 10" guard, NBA coach & GM, Hall of Fame 642
44 Oksana Baiul, Ukrainian figure skater, (Jewish maternal grandmother), Olympic gold, World Championship gold 624
45 Hank Greenberg, US first baseman & outfielder, 5-time All-Star, 2-time MVP, 4-time home run champion, 4-time RBI leader, Baseball Hall of Fame 588
46 Dara Torres, US, Olympic 4-time champion (400-meter freestyle relay, 4x100m freestyle relay twice, 4x100-meter medley relay), 3-time silver (50m freestyle, 4x100m freestyle, 4x100m medley relay), 5-time bronze (50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 100m butterfly, 4x100m freestyle relay, 4x100m medley relay) 585
47 Shawn Green, US right fielder, 2-time All-Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger 523
48 Jeff Halpern, US 520
49 Harold Abrahams, British sprinter, Olympic 100 metre sprint champion 504
50 Sage Rosenfels, QB, New York Giants 494
51 Marv Levy, US, football coach & General Manager of Buffalo Bills 467
52 Kerri Strug, US, Olympic champion (team combined exercises), bronze (team combined exercises) 465
53 Arthur Blank, US, owner of the Atlanta Falcons; owner of the Arena Football League Georgia Force 462
54 Benny Feilhaber, US, AGF in the Danish Superliga 458
55 Tal Ben Haim, Israel, defender for West Ham United and Israel national team 448
56 Avram Grant, Israel, manager of Portsmouth 439
57 Fred Wilpon, US, owner of the New York Mets 421
58 Ike Davis, US first baseman 420
59 Omri Casspi, Israeli 6' 8" forward, played for Maccabi Tel Aviv, drafted in the first round of the 2009 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings </ref> 415
60 Avram Glazer, US, joint Chairman of the Manchester United board 409
61 Stephen M. Ross, US, owner of the Miami Dolphins 407
62 Ben Sahar, Israel, R.C.D Espanyol 405
63 Dan Gilbert, US, owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers 405
64 Mike Brown, US 395
65 Brad Ausmus, US catcher, All-Star, 3-time Gold Glove 390
66 Micky Arison, US, owner of the Miami Heat 387
67 William Davidson, US, Chairman of Palace Sports and Entertainment, principal owner of the Detroit Pistons of the NBA, the Detroit Shock of the WNBA, and the Tampa Bay Lightning of the NHL 385
68 Gabe Kapler, US outfielder 377
69 Lawrence Frank, US basketball coach, unique in that did not play on high school, college, or professional level 369
70 Norman Braman, US, former owner of the Philadelphia Eagles 344
71 Jeremy Bloom, WR, PR, Pittsburgh Steelers 343
72 Yuri Foreman, Belarusian-born Israeli US undefeated middleweight </ref> 336
73 Art Shamsky, US outfielder & first baseman 334
74 Bruce Pearl, US, Men's basketball head coach of the University of Tennessee 334
75 Stuart Sternberg, US, owner of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 331
76 Ernie Roth, US professional wrestling manager 330
77 Mathieu Schneider, US 329
78 Eric Nystrom, American left winger & son of former National Hockey League player Bob Nystrom 321
79 Jonathan Bornstein, US, defender with C.D. Chivas USA of Major League Soccer 307
80 Jason Lezak, US, 4-time Olympic champion (twice 4x100 medley relay, 4x400 medley relay, 4x100 freestyle relay), silver (400-meter freestyle relay), 2-time bronze (100-meter freestyle, 4x100 freestyle relay) 299
81 Jerry Reinsdorf, US, owner of the Chicago Bulls & the Chicago White Sox 295
82 Nancy Lieberman, US WNBA player & coach, Olympic silver </ref> 289
83 Jody Scheckter, South African Formula One driver, Formula One World Drivers champion 285
84 Jeffrey Lurie, US, owner of the Philadelphia Eagles 284
85 Joel Glazer, US, Chairman of Manchester United [link] 280
86 Moe Berg, US catcher & shortstop, and spy for US in World War II 278
87 Jay Fiedler, QB, US 276
88 Dudu Aouate, Israel, RCD Mallorca 267
89 Dmitry Salita ("Star of David"), US junior welterweight boxer 258
90 Sid Gillman, US football coach 257
91 Sarah Hughes, US figure skater, Olympic gold, World Championship bronze 252
92 Steve Stone, US starting pitcher, All-Star, Cy Young Award 251
93 Bruce Ratner, US, owner of the New Jersey Nets 238
94 Sid Luckman, QB, US, 8-time All-Pro, Hall of Fame 231
95 Mitch Gaylord, US, Olympic champion (team), silver (vaulting), 2-time bronze (rings, parallel bars) 230
96 Abe Pollin, U.S, owner of the Washington Wizards, former owner of the NHL's Washington Capitals & the WNBA's Washington Mystics 229
97 Craig Breslow, US relief pitcher 228
98 Barry Horowitz, US 219
99 Brad Gilbert, US, highest world ranking # 4, Olympic bronze (singles) 215
100 Daryl Katz, Canadian owner of the Edmonton Oilers 215
101 Jeff Wilpon, US, COO, New York Mets [link] 214
102 David Pleat, English football manager, Tottenham Hotspur, Luton Town 211
103 Lou Boudreau, US shortstop, 8-time All-Star, batting title, MVP, Baseball Hall of Fame, manager 206
104 Igor Olshansky, DL, San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys 200
105 Irina Slutskaya, Russian figure skater, Olympic silver, bronze, World Championship 2-time gold, 3-time silver, bronze 198
106 Deena (Drossin) Kastor, US long-distance & marathon runner, US records in marathon and half-marathon, Olympic bronze in marathon in 2004 197
107 Henry Samueli, US owner of the Anaheim Ducks, founder of Broadcom Corporation 196
108 Jason Marquis, US starting pitcher, Silver Slugger, All Star 195
109 Aleksandra Wozniak, Canadian, highest world ranking # <nowiki>21</nowiki> 192
110 Morgan Pressel, US LPGA professional golfer 192
111 Eyal Berkovic, Israel, Manchester City star and national team 189
112 Steve Yeager, US catcher 188
113 Andre Tippett, LB, New England Patriots, Pro Football Hall of Fame 183
114 Joel Stransky, , kicked the winning points in the 1995 Rugby World Cup, played by Scott Eastwood in Invictus 182
115 Scott Schoeneweis, US pitcher 181
116 Al "Flip" Rosen, US third baseman & first baseman, 4-time All-Star, MVP, 2-time home run champion, 2-time RBIs leader 176
117 Fred Trueman, English fast bowler (Jewish maternal grandmother, and was happy to be regarded as Jewish) 172
118 Dolph Schayes, US NBA 6' 7" forward/center, 3-time FT% leader, 1-time rebound leader, 12-time All-Star, Hall of Fame, & coach (father of Danny Schayes) 171
119 Tamir Cohen, Israel, midfielder, Bolton Wanderers. 167
120 Rory Singer, fighter from The Ultimate Fighter 3 167
121 Tvrtko Kale, Croatia, goalkeeper for Hapoel Beersheba previously with Maccabi Tel Aviv and Beitar Jerusalem 167
122 Leon Hess, US, NFL franchise owner, New York Jets 165
123 Victor Perez ("Young"), Tunisian world champion flyweight 163
124 Irina Rodnina, Soviet figure skater, Olympic 3-time gold, World Championship 10-time gold, World Figure Skating Hall of Fame 162
125 Jamie McCourt, US, President of the Los Angeles Dodgers 162
126 Mark Shapiro, US, General Manager of the Cleveland Indians 160
127 Preston Robert Tisch, US, from 1991 until his death in 2005 Tisch owned 50% of the New York Giants American football team 155
128 Al Lerner, US, owner of the Cleveland Browns 155
129 Stephen Weiss, Canadian, NHL centre, Florida Panthers 152
130 Ed Snider, US, owner of the Philadelphia Flyers 151
131 Peter Revson, US Formula One driver 149
132 Ken Holtzman, US starting pitcher, 2-time All-Star 148
133 Mordechai Spiegler, Israel, New York Cosmos and Israeli national team 146
134 Adam Greenberg, US outfielder 146
135 Tanner Glass, Canadian 146
136 Donna Orender (née Geils), US Women's Pro Basketball League All-Star 5' 7" point guard & current WNBA president 145
137 Josh Miller, punter, US 143
138 Red Holzman, US BAA & NBA 5' 10" guard, 2-time All-Star, & NBA coach, NBA Coach of the Year, Hall of Fame 142
139 Tamara Press, USSR, Olympic 4-time champion (2-time shot put and 2-time discus) 141
140 Barney Ross (Dov-Ber Rasofsky), US world champion lightweight & junior welterweight, Hall of Fame 140
141 Paul Godfrey, Canada, CEO & President of the Toronto Blue Jays 136
142 Abe Saperstein, US founder & owner of Harlem Globetrotters also related to Ashley Taylor and Hallie Ariel 132
143 Benny Friedman, QB, US, 4-time All-Pro, Hall of Fame 132
144 George Cohen, Jewish grandfather, uncle of Ben Cohen (see below) 131
145 Daniel Mendoza, English, Hall of Fame 129
146 Scott Radinsky, US relief pitcher 127
147 Abe Attell ("The Little Hebrew"), US world champion featherweight, Hall of Fame 125
148 Arcadi Gaydamak, Russia, owner of Beitar Jerusalem F.C. 123
149 Leslie Alexander, US, owner of Houston Rockets and former owner of Houston Comets 123
150 Ron Blomberg, US DH, first baseman, and outfielder, Major League Baseball's first designated hitter 122
151 Yael Averbuch, US, midfielder plays for Sky Blue FC and US women's national team 122
152 Tomas Scheckter, South African Indy Racing League driver 122
153 Larry Tanenbaum, Canada, owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs & the Toronto Raptors 122
154 Jerry Krause, US, FORMER General Manager of the Chicago Bulls 121
155 Ernie Grunfeld, Romania-born US NBA 6' 6" guard/forward & GM, Olympic champion </ref> 120
156 Andy Ram, Israeli, won 2006 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles (w/ Vera Zvonareva), 2007 French Open Mixed Doubles (w/ Nathalie Dechy), 2008 Australian Open Men's Doubles (w/ Jonathan Erlich), highest world doubles ranking # <nowiki>9</nowiki> 119
157 Mike Lieberthal, US catcher 119
158 Jeff Agoos, US, national team defender </ref> 118
159 Emily Hughes, US figure skater, World Junior Figure Skating Championships bronze, National Championships bronze, silver 116
160 Justin Gimelstob, US, USTA boys 16s & 18s singles champion, won 1998 Australian Open Mixed Doubles (w/ Venus Williams) and 1998 French Open Mixed Doubles (w/Venus Williams) </ref> 115
161 Alexandre Gaydamak, France & Russia, co-owner & Chairman of Portsmouth F.C. 113
162 Bo Belinsky, US pitcher (later became born-again Christian) 113
163 Benjamin Agosto, U.S. ice dancer (Jewish mother), Olympic silver, World Championship silver, bronze 112
164 Israel Dagg, New Zealand 111

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