Remembering Jackie Robinson’s legacy

The MLB is expected to honor the former Dodgers star on Friday, 75 years after he became the first person of color to play in the major leagues. ABC News’ Derricke Dennis has more.

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10 thoughts on “Remembering Jackie Robinson’s legacy

  1. Was not first black mlb player by far. A Amazing man but man do you feel stupid once you find out alot more played in MLB before him.

  2. Jackie Robinson is the 2nd most overrate payer ever behind Jeter…. Jimmy Claxton broke the color line 31 F`en yrs before Jackie didnt.. know your Baseball history!

  3. One of the greats, from a time when athlete superstars were more than just narcissists who like fat checks and to be in the spotlight every chance they get, even to the point of coming out of only weeks old self-proclaimed retirements…until Colin Kaepernick brought back some meaning into what an athlete could be.

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