Howard M. Wasserman

HOWARD M. WASSERMAN is Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development at FIU College of Law, where he has taught since 2003. His research focuses on civil rights litigation, freedom of speech, and baseball rules. His baseball writing includes Infield Fly Rule Is in Effect: The History and Strategy of Baseball’s Most (In)Famous Rule (Durham: McFarland Press 2019); “Against Stealing First Base,” NINE: Journal of Baseball History and Culture (forthcoming 2020); “Sport and Expression, Sport as Expression,” FIU Law Review (forthcoming 2020); “When They Were Kings: Greenberg and Koufax Sit on Yom Kippur,” Tablet Magazine (2016); and “If You Build it, They Will Speak: Public Stadiums, Public Forums, and Free Speech,” 14 NINE: Journal of Baseball History and Culture 15 (2006).

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  • Testing the Koufax Curse: How 18 Jewish Pitchers, 18 Jewish Hitters, and Rod Carew Performed on Yom Kippur

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