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Black Players Dwindle Again on Jackie Robinson Day

As has been customary since 2009, all Major League Baseball players, managers, coaches and umpires wore No. 42 on April 15 -- Jackie Robinson Day -- to commemorate the pioneer's debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Ceremonies were held in every stadium, with video tributes and on-field celebrations to honor Robinson's legacy. His family, former teammates, former Negro Leaguers and NBA great Bill Russell were among those who took part in the celebrations.
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