- I Never Had It Made: An Autobiography of Jackie Robinson
- The Autobiography of a Boy of Summer Who Became a Man for All SeasonsBefore Barry Bonds, before Reggie Jackson, before Hank Aaron, baseball's stars had one undeniable trait in common: they were all white. In 1947, Jackie Robinson broke that barrier, striking a crucial blow for racial equality and changing the world of sports forever.
- Brooklyn Dodgers: 1
- If there was ever a place in America where a city and its baseball team were as close as family, it was Brooklyn. The legacy of this relationship comes down to us in stories of childhoods spent at Ebbets Field and in the stories of Jackie Robinson and Branch Rickey, whose courage changed the face of America.
- How to Be Like Jackie Robinson: Life Lessons from Baseball's Greatest Hero
- Long before the blockbuster movie "42" was conceived, Pat Williams told the story of the courage, commitment and character of Jacke Robinson. Through deeply inspiring examples using Jackie's own words and actions, How to Be Like Jackie Robinson proves that, not only is he one of our greatest heroes, but he is also one of our greatest teachers.
- Jackie Robinson : Breaks the Color Line
- As one of the most iconic figures in baseball Jackie Robinson was able to surpass the racial boundaries to inspire generations and to become a critical turning point in the history for the African American community. For this reason when Jackie Robinson became a broadcaster Jackie Robinson continued this trend allowing him to be one of the most influential as well as important voices and faces in the American psyche.
- When Jackie and Hank Met
- Jackie and Hank were born eight years and one thousand miles apart. Nobody knew these babies would grow up and play baseball. Nobody knew Jackie and Hank would meet and become heroes. Jackie Robinson and Hank Greenberg were two very different people. But they both became Major League Baseball players, and they both faced a lot of the same challenges in their lives and careers.
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