Jackie RobinsoJackie Robinson - the first African-American to play in the major leagues, in 1947. He endured physical and verbal abuse on and off the field, showing remarkable courage, while helping pave the way for the civil rights movementn - Brooklyn Dodgers

Jackie Robinson - The first African-American to play in the Baseball major leagues, in He endured physical and verbal abuse on and off the field, showing remarkable courage, while helping pave the way for the civil rights movement - Brooklyn Dodgers

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Jackie Robinson was the first African American man to ever set foot on a Major League Baseball field.

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson - first African American to play in the Major Leagues. Arguably the greatest baseball player of all time, but no question he was the most inspirational. He played 5 varsity sports in college at the division 1 level.

Jackie Robinson  Courage Grace and Talent; broke the color barrier in 1947 in a move few in human history have had to experience.

This is Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Jackie Robinson broke the Color Barrier in the MLB, becoming the first black player in history. He paved the way for many black players throughout the and today.

Jackie Robinson Craft- easy craft for preschoolers or elementary kids for Black History Month, sports, or baseball theme.

Jackie Robinson Craft

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Jackie Robinson steals home - 76 Great Moments in Sports - Photos - SI.com

Jackie Robinson steals home plate against Yogi Berra during Game 1 of the 1955 World Series on Sept. The Brooklyn Dodgers lost the game but went on to beat the New York Yankees in the series. Robinson broke the color barrier in the major leagues on April

Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers

Classic Photos of Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson {A LEGEND!} - an American baseball player who, (in April of became the first African American to play in Major League Baseball. By he had won the National League Most Valuable Player Award.

Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers

In Robinson broke the baseball color line and became the first African American to play on a major sports team. Here are 42 facts to celebrate.

Jackie Robinson and family, 1949. Photo by Nina Leen.

Jackie Robinson holds his son, Jackie Jr., as he sits with his wife Rachel on the front steps of their home in Jackie Jr. struggled with drug addiction as a young man and was killed, at just 24 years old, in a car accident in

Jackie Robinson is the first african American of integration of major baseball

Jack Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson became the first black Major League Baseball player of the modern era. Robinson broke the baseball color line when he debuted with the Brooklyn Dodgers in

April 17, 1947 Jackie Robinson playing for the Brooklyn Dodgers performs a bunt for his 1st major league hit.

Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers · Player that integrated Major League baseball. · National League Rookie of Year - 1947 · National League Most Valuable Player Award - 1949 · Six time selection to National League All-Star team

Jackie Robinson Activities: Have your children research Jackie Robinson. This product includes two ways for your children to share what they have learned about Jackie Robinson in writing. Take a look at the preview! Flap Book Writing Printable(color and black and white) Jackie Robinson Fast Facts (color and black and white)

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Jackie Robinson took the field on April 1947 wearing a Brooklyn Dodger’s uniform and broke through baseball’s color line that had relegated African American players to the segregated Negro Leagues.

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