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Duke Snider is carried by teammates Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese and Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn Dodgers

Duke Snider is carried by teammates Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese and Roy Campanella - Brooklyn Dodgers

Jackie Robinson Brooklyn Dodgers

Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play in the Major League, Robinson's number has been universally retired by all MLB teams. After the Yankees Mariano Rivera finally retires, the number 42 will only be worn on Jackie Robinson Day.

Lou Gehrig, Dick Mayes - fan, Babe Ruth  1934 St. Petersburg FL

New York Yankees' spring training camp: St. Petersburg, Florida L-R Lou Gehrig, Dick Mayes (fan from Brooksville, FL ) and Babe Ruth.

Brooklyn Dodgers-Roy Campanella / World Series winning catcher.   Paralyzed, 1958, automobile accident.

"I never want to quit playing ball. They’ll have to cut this uniform off of me to get me out of it. Unfortunately, in he was paralyzed in an automobile accident and had to cut his baseball career short.

Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn by Paul Lempa

Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn by Paul Lempa

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I'm not a Dodger fan, but i am baseball fan. Many great SF vs LA games in the with Marshall vs Koufax, and Perry vs.

Jackie Robinson becomes the first African American player in Major League Baseball, April 1947

Major league baseball in this country was segregated for over 50 years, with black players excluded altogether. Black baseball players h.

Here are eight Brooklyn Dodgers at the batting cage, Ebbets Field, 1955: pic.twitter.com/mzGteRR3kd

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Brooklyn Dodgers at the batting cage, Ebbets Field, Jackie Robinson is in the forefront.

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