CHICAGO, IL- APRIL 15: Kosuke Fukedome of the Chicago White Sox stands in front of a picture of Jackie Robinson in the outfield during the game against the Detroit Tigers at U.S. Cellular Field on April 15, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. Both teams wore the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)

Scott Boehm/Getty Images Chicago's Kosuke Fukedome stands in front of a picture of Jackie Robinson in the outfield. All players wore the number 42 in honor of Robinson, who broke the color barrier in the major leagues 65 years ago.

~Jack roosevelt "jackie" robinson (january 31, 1919 – october 24, 1972) was an american major league baseball (mlb) second baseman who became the first african.

~Jack roosevelt "jackie" robinson (january 1919 – october was an american major league baseball (mlb) second baseman who became the first african.

This would be a great accent next to a picture of Jackie Robinson

Good decor for baseball/sport theme nursery. Love the baseballs in the vase idea

This is a picture of Jackie Robinson, the first African-American major league baseball player.

Jackie Robinson baseball card issued by the Topps chewing gum company in 1955 a legend and a true collectible

A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson (Picture Book Biographies)

A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson (Picture Book Biographies)

Biography A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson – by David A. Adler illustrated by Robert Casilla This is a picture book about the first African-American to play baseball on a national team in America. Activity idea – watch a video clip about Jackie's first home run as a player. Discuss what that meant at the time.

A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson. (Lexile B Robinson at the LMES media center and JB Robinson at Wake County Public Library

A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson (Picture Book Biography) by David A. Adler, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0823413047/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_SFAJrb1CG8WAZ

A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson (Picture Book Biography) (Picture Book Biographies)

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This Day In MLB History: 1947 - Brooklyn Dodgers president Branch Rickey announced that he had purchased the contract of Jackie Robinson from the Montreal Royals. Robinson was the first African-American player of the modern era.

A white man, standing, shakes his fist under the chin of a black man, sitting, who reacts calmly. Inset picture of a black baseball player at bat is overlaid with the caption: "The Jackie Robinson Story."

A white man, standing, shakes his fist under the chin of a black man, sitting, who reacts calmly. Inset picture of a black baseball player at bat is overlaid with the caption: "The Jackie Robinson Story."

vintage pictures of african americans | chose my famous American, Jackie Robinson, because he is very ...

Jack Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson January 1919 – October 1972 was an American baseball player who 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

PG Picture Page Jackie Robinson

Brooklyn Dodgers baseball player Jackie Robinson at Forbes Field, Oakland, circa Photo by Charles "Teenie" Harris

TIME Covered the News: In the shadow of Jim Crow laws, which continued to permit segregation in the U.S., Jackie Robinson made history when he was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers as the first black player in Major League Baseball.

turns 90: All you need to know about modern history in 90 TIME covers

TIME Covered the News: In the shadow of Jim Crow laws, which continued to permit segregation in the U., Jackie Robinson made history when he was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers as the first black player in Major League Baseball.

14-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is shown with Jackie Robinson in the early 1960s. Jackie Robinson's impact in business, politics, and civil rights was a large part of "Jackie Robinson: An American Journey", the Coca-Cola USA-sponsored exhibition at The New York Historical Society. (AP Photo/Coca-Cola USA) Photo: Anonymous, HO / BE

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: His life in pictures

Jackie Robinson

The Man Behind Jackie Robinson’s City College Visit

Previously unpublished photo of Jackie Robinson speaking to the Sociology Society at City College in New York, Feb. The photo caption only says he was speaking about “his work with Harlem boys’ groups. Robinson would win the Most Valuable Player

Legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson spreading a bit of holiday cheer in 1950.

25 Incredible Pictures Of Christmas Past

Legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson spreading a bit of holiday cheer in

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