All of Major League Baseball, players and coaches, wears No. 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson. But as an African-American manager, Astros' skipper Bo Porter feels a stronger tie when donning the number. More
From Larry French in 1932 to Ken Griffey Jr. in 1997 and Mariano Rivera through last year, plenty of players have worn No. 42 on their jerseys. But Jackie Robinson's historic number is retired forever after the legendary closer called it a career. More
Like Jackie Robinson, Hank Aaron overcame the adversity of racial prejudice as he chased Babe Ruth's home run record. Robinson and Aaron are remembered not only for their performance on the field, but for their character. More
Now that 42 is officially out of service as a jersey number in Major League Baseball, it was only appropriate that the legacy of Mariano Rivera and Jackie Robinson met on Monday night at the Jackie Robinson Foundation annual dinner. More
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