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Jackie Robinson Day celebrated across Major League Baseball


On April 15, 1947, 28-year-old Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier by being the first African American to play in the Major Leagues. Before then, Robinson played with the Kansas City Monarchs in the negro leagues and spent the 1946 season in the Brooklyn Dodgers Triple-A affiliate. Robinson opened the door for others and baseball quickly ...

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A Little Bit of Yankees History

Here at Bronx Baseball Daily, we try to keep you informed on everything the Yankees are doing while including analysis, opinion, and some humor. Every now and then we like to do something special though and take a look back at some of the more special moments in Yankees history. If you missed it yesterday, our ...

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Wish We Were There: 1953 World Series Against The Boys Of Summer

Becoming a baseball fan in the early 90's was exciting. I can remember being excited by the Oakland Athletics and Mark McGwire, Jose Canseco, and Dave Stewart, the Philadelphia Phillies and Darren Daulton, Lenny Dykstra, and John Kruk and the Toronto Blue Jays and Roberto Alomar, Joe Carter and his amazing walk-off homer. What excited me ...

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