Major League Baseball unilaterally retired the number 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in 1947. His alma mater, UCLA has announced that the number 42 will be retired in all aspects of athletics in honor of the 75th anniversary of when he first set foot on campus. Show More Summary
The Colorado Rockies have announced that they will be retiring their first number (other than the league mandated #42 of Jackie Robinson) in the history of their franchise. The number 17 of Todd Helton will be officially taken out of circulation on their August 17th home game. Show More Summary
First he made 42 back in 2013 about legendary baller player and civil rights icon Jackie Robinson and today Thomas Tull has added the head of the Jackie Robinson Foundation to his board of directors. Along with Univision's PresidentShow More Summary
UCLA can clinch the Pac-12 baseball championship outright with a victory over Arizona at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Fellow Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) member Stephen of Pastime Post offered this article to whomever wished to post it on their website. I am so very glad he did. It is worth the read. Enjoy. Jackie Robinson: A Letter to the President by Stephen C. Jordan I have lived in New England for the majority […]
I’m not much of a Tom Brady hater or a New England Patriots detester, but it’s clear the haters have lined up to vent their spleens. It’s all about Deflategate,
On a chilly and cloudy Friday afternoon, the high school baseball home of Jackie Robinson is a cratered, weed-choked monument to a memory forgotten.
Little League International had to be pushed into stripping Jackie Robinson West of its U.S. World Series title for violating the organization's residency rules, and now we see why. Jackie Robinson West, upset at sanctions levied in February, announced in late April it would withdraw from Little League and affiliate instead [...]
Jackie Robinson West is taking its ball and going home.
Citing a "level of disrespect" shown to Jackie Robinson West, the championship team that became a national sensation has cut ties with Little League.
Though they still technically have a Little League International charter, the Jackie Robinson West league will be playing as part of the Cal Ripken-Babe Ruth organization this spring. [ more › ]
LOS ANGELES – Gone are the days of pure hatred, the ones that caused Jackie Robinson to retire rather than play for the rival club, incited epic brawls and sparked beanball wars. But the rivalry is not dead. Far from it. The fire still...Show More Summary
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Jackie Robinson played alongside a pair of former Negro League pitchers in the Brooklyn Dodgers farm system, but the team—and baseball—never really gave them a chance.
Calvin Griffith used to own the Minnesota Twins. He was also quite racist, often in public. On Jackie Robinson Day, the Twins should resolve to remove his statue.
It has been 68 years since Jackie Robinson changed the course of American history and his legacy still continues to live on. On April 15, Robinson’s team the Los Angeles Dodgers honored the baseball legend by celebrating his special day simultaneously with the annual Civil Rights Game. Show More Summary
As 26-year-old Nationals pitcher Taylor Jordan walked out of Fenway Park Wednesday afternoon, he did so in a grey Nationals jersey that bore No. 42. He had been called up the night before and hadn’t had time to retrieve a suit before...Show More Summary
Busy day in baseball, as usual.
A statue of Jackie Robinson will be erected at Dodger Stadium, team President Stan Kasten announced Wednesday.
HISTORY: On Jackie Robinson Day, Let’s Remember When He Was Fired From the New York Post for Being Too Republican.