Jackie Robinson Quotes On Life, Race, Racism, Never Give Up

Jackie Robinson Quotes About Life, Race, Racism

Jackie Robinson Quotes On Life, Race, Racism, Never Give Up

In all my years of baseball, I have always expected to be traded. I never liked the idea.

Jackie Robinson

I have always been grateful to Colonel Longley. He proved to me that when people in authority take a stand, good can come out of it.

Jackie Robinson

I had practiced with the team, and the first scheduled game was with the University of Missouri. They made it quite clear to the Army that they would not play a team with a black player on it. Instead of telling me the truth, the Army gave me leave to go home.

Jackie Robinson

Read more : Jackie Robinson Quotes

Wh is Jack Roosevelt Robinson?

Jack Roosevelt Robinson (Jan. 31 , 1919 – October 24, 1972) was an American professional baseball player who was the first African American to enter Major League Baseball (MLB) in the modern era.

Robinson crossed the baseball color line when he started his first base with the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947.

When the Dodgers signed Robinson, they declared the end of racial discrimination of professional baseball, which had limited black participants to the Black League since the 1880s. In 1962, Robinson was named to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Pages ( 2 of 2 ): « Previous1 2