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Jackie Robinson (AMAZING MLB Baseball Sports Documentary)
New Centennial Celebration Exhibition Features Photos, Home Movies, Memorabilia Of Jackie Robinson
In , MLB retired his uniform number 42 across all major league teams; he was the first professional athlete in any sport to be so honored. MLB also adopted a new annual tradition, " Jackie Robinson Day ", for the first time on April 15, , on which every player on every team wears No. Robinson's character, his use of nonviolence , and his unquestionable talent challenged the traditional basis of segregation that had then marked many other aspects of American life. He influenced the culture of and contributed significantly to the civil rights movement. After his death in , Robinson was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal and Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of his achievements on and off the field. Jack Roosevelt Robinson was born on January 31, , into a family of sharecroppers in Cairo, Georgia.
Jackie Robinson is a legend in the world of baseball. Born in , Robinson became the first African-American to play Major League Baseball when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in , where he had a successful career as a first baseman. By then he was 37 and was suffering from symptoms of diabetes, and he decided to retire instead. By then, Robinson had made quite an impact on the sports world. His participation ended a year period of segregation in professional baseball. Robinson was inducted into the baseball hall of fame in In addition to his year baseball career, Robinson had a close relationship with his wife, Rachel, and the pair had three children, Jackie Jr.
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In Jackie Robinson made history when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers and became the first African-American to play Major League Baseball in the modern era. Looking to turn the tide of the much-maligned team, Rickey chose Robinson not only for his talent, but for his demeanor and courage. From the moment Robinson stepped onto Ebbets Field on April 15, , he endured jeers and even physical threats from fellow players, ticket buyers and a segregated American public. He remained dedicated to civil rights and the advancement of African Americans in industry and commerce, serving on the board of the NAACP and co-founding the Freedom National Bank in Harlem, which became one of the largest black-owned banks in the country. Most of the black-and-white images in the exhibition were never published in the magazine and show Robinson on the field and in the clubhouse with his teammates, as well as at home with his family. Though Robinson encountered withering racism during his career, the photographs reveal a hard-fought sense of comity, joy and self-assurance from a man whose contributions extended far beyond the field.
He was born years ago in a red-clay corner of Georgia, though for many Americans, Jackie Robinson burst onto the stage fully formed in , a year-old rookie in Dodger flannels. That vision of Robinson — late to the majors, but still in his playing prime — is on display in this gallery of photographs honoring the centennial of his birth on Jan. Many of the selections come from the archives of The New York Times, rounded out with images from other sources, such as U. There was also Jackie the boy, grandson of slaves, hauled cross-country as a toddler from a life of sharecropping to the promise of Pasadena by a determined single mother, a Great Migration pioneer. And Jackie the amateur athlete, his college exploits chronicled by a booming black press. Robinson had just dazzled in an exhibition between college all-stars and the Chicago Bears, outshining a roster studded with N. Back then, baseball was his fourth-best sport.