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Jewish Major Sports Owners

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  • Mat Ishbia
    Mathew Randall Ishbia (born January 6, 1980) is an American billionaire who is CEO and chairman of mortgage lender United Wholesale Mortgage. He was finalized as majority owner of the Phoenix Suns of...
  • Irving Herbert Levin (1921 - 1996)
  • Fred Wilpon
    Fred Wilpon was raised in a Jewish family in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. His father, Nathan Wilpon, managed a funeral home. Wilpon attended Lafayette High School in Brooklyn and was a big fan of baseball an...
  • Samuel Schulman (1910 - 2003)
  • John J Fisher
    J. Fisher (born June 1, 1961) is an American businessman. He is the majority owner of Major League Baseball's Oakland Athletics and has stakes in Major League Soccer's San Jose Earthquakes and Scotland...

A comprehensive list of Jewish owners in football, basketball, baseball, and hockey.




  • [Larry Baer], San Francisco Giants (2012-)
  • [Ted Bonda], Cleveland Indians (1977-1978)
  • [Charles Bronfman], Montreal Expos (1969-1991)
  • [Steve Cohen], New York Mets (2020-)
  • Barney Dreyfuss, Pittsburgh Pirates (1900-1932)
  • John J. Fisher, Oakland Athletics (2005-)
  • Andrew Freedman, New York Giants (1895-1902)
  • Emil Fuchs, Boston Braves (1922-1935)
  • Jerrold Hoffberger, Baltimore Orioles (1965-1979)
  • [Eli Jacobs], Baltimore Orioles (1989-1993)
  • Albert Lasker, Chicago Cubs (1916-1921)
  • [Ted Lerner], Washington Nationals (2006-)
  • [Bob Lurie], San Francisco Giants (1976-1993)
  • [Jeffrey Loria], Montreal Expos (1998-2002), Miami Marlins (2002-2017)
  • [Gabe Paul], Cleveland Indians (1963-1966)
  • Jerry Reinsdorf, Chicago White Sox (1981-)
  • Bud Selig, Milwaukee Brewers (1970-1992)
  • [Bruce Sherman], Miami Marlins (2018-)
  • [Stuart Sternberg], Miami Marlins (2004-)
  • [Sidney Weil], Cincinnati Reds (1930-1933)
  • [Tom Werner], San Diego Padres (1990-1996)
  • Fred Wilpon, New York Mets (1987-2020)