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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 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

1981 Dodgers catchers: Johnny Oates, Steve Yeager, Mike Scoscia, Joe Ferguson

1981 Dodgers catchers: Johnny Oates, Steve Yeager, Mike Scoscia, Joe Ferguson

Josh Gibson, catcher (and home run hitter) for the Negro league Pittsburgh Grays.

Josh Gibson, catcher (and home run hitter) for the Negro league Pittsburgh Grays.

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 of the Brooklyn Dodgers

Babe Ruth - Brooklyn Dodgers

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Babe Ruth - Brooklyn Dodgers

Henry Aaron- Milwaukee & Atlanta Braves: Had the honor of shaking his hand and getting his autograph

Henry Aaron- Milwaukee & Atlanta Braves: Had the honor of shaking his hand and getting his autograph

Roy Campanella (1921 - 1993) Baseball player, Hall of Fame catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers who was paralyzed in an auto accident in mid-career, his autobiography (and the movie about his life) was called "It's Good to Be Alive"

Roy Campanella (1921 - 1993) Baseball player, Hall of Fame catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers who was paralyzed in an auto accident in mid-career, his autobiography (and the movie about his life) was called "It's Good to Be Alive"

June 18, 1938 – Hall of Fame slugger Babe Ruth signs a contract to coach with the Brooklyn Dodgers. “The Babe” dons a Dodger uniform the next day, entertains observers with a batting demonstration and works the first-base coaching box. Ruth wore uniform No. 35 and the Dodger coaching position was the last job of Ruth’s baseball career.

June 18, 1938 – Hall of Fame slugger Babe Ruth signs a contract to coach with the Brooklyn Dodgers. “The Babe” dons a Dodger uniform the next day, entertains observers with a batting demonstration and works the first-base coaching box. Ruth wore uniform No. 35 and the Dodger coaching position was the last job of Ruth’s baseball career.

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Jackie Robinson in his Brooklyn Dodgers Uniform, 1950, from the Records of the U.S. Information Agency

Jackie Robinson in his Brooklyn Dodgers Uniform, 1950, from the Records of the U.S. Information Agency

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