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Aaron Hicks Apr 15
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to play this game #42 👏🏾🙏🏾
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Jason Patterson 📚🎨 May 10
“I cannot stand & sing the anthem. I cannot salute the flag; I know that I am a Black man in a white world” - Robinson’s 42 is the only number retired by the entire MLB & every year, on , every player wears 42. So, weird take from an player
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The King Center Apr 15
72 years ago today, became the first Black player in Major League Baseball as a player for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
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Brad Paisley Apr 15
72 years ago, stepped onto a baseball field, breaking the barrier.
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Jerry Hairston, Jr. Aug 2
Replying to @Chris_Broussard
Bron good or bad has brought some of it on himself but this man was the most scrutinized man in the history of sports.
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Ervin Santana Jun 12
A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.
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AM 570 LA Sports Apr 16
. legend Reggie Smith on : "(Jackie) told me, "I know who you are" and that meant so much to me. He told me that he liked the way i play, he liked the things I stood for. He said "keep it up young man."
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Augie Nash Oct 24
1972 - Jackie Robinson, age 53, dies at his home in North Stamford, Connecticut. Robinson broke the baseball color line when he started at first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947.
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Raul Ramos Jun 23
There’s plenty of in every corner of Montreal. If you love baseball is a must.
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Trading Card For Card for 90's Die Cuts... Jul 1
I write the year on the front of every card so I never forget.
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Postal Museum Jul 23
Jackie Robinson, the 1st African American to play major league baseball, was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1962. "Baseball: America's Home Run" opens April 2020 at the National Postal Museum ©USPS
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Maureen O'Donnell Dec 12
RIP Sherman Howard, 95, who was mentored by African American icons , , . He was last living player to reintegrate pro football in the '40s & 1 of the oldest living Cleveland Browns.
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Josée Tellier Sep 8
Hey, ! I was walking on the street back in Montreal and boom, Jackie! To go with your theme of the week! 💙💙💙
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BaseballHistoryNut Oct 23
in 1945, Jackie Robinson was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers - here's an incredible action shot of Jackie playing defence. Not the best of qualities; however, just love the emotions shown in this one.
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Mike Patterson Oct 31
My award winner for best trick or treat costume tonight.
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Baseball In Pics Jul 23
Jackie Robinson was inducted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame, July 23, 1962.
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The Other Boys Of Summer Jan 15
Pretty great photo of Jackie Robinson and Frank Robinson after the first game they played against each other. What would you value that baseball at? No idea where it is...
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Jackie Robinson Foundation Jun 5
"If two people with so little in common could find common ground, what is so hard about coming together with common dialogue?" - Branch Rickey III speaking alongside at the Jackie Robinson Museum preview sponsored by .
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Jackie Robinson Foundation Jun 5
General Counsel and Executive Vice President of , Eric R. Dinallo, is reunited with former Guardian intern and JRF alumni Riley Jones. Riley is now a social entrepreneur and co-founder of Bloc, a career readiness platform.
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Museum of the Bible Nov 26
became the first black baseball player in the major leagues. Acknowledging what Robinson would endure, the team’s GM quoted Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount in Matthew: “but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also.”
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