On the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking Major League Baseball's color barrier, the Dodgers unveiled a statue of Jackie at Dodger Stadium. The likeness captures No. 42's iconic steal of home during his rookie season. More
Andrew McCutchen's home run against the Cubs on Saturday was his first on Jackie Robinson Day. The Pirates outfielder knew how special it was as he rounded the bases wearing No. 42. "It's something that means a lot," he said. More
Ken Griffey Jr. takes immense pride in the fact his retired No. 24 hangs alongside Jackie Robinson's No. 42 in center field at Safeco Field. Griffey relishes his role in getting every MLB player and coach to wear No. 42 every year. More
Like Jackie Robinson, D-backs manager Torey Lovullo played baseball at UCLA. "I feel a little bit more connected to him because of our affiliation with UCLA," Lovullo said on Jackie Robinson Day. "I'm glad nobody wears 42 anymore." More
On the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's Major League debut, baseball came together to honor the man who broke the color barrier and pushed the sport into the future. Many players voiced their support before taking the field. More
Thirty Jackie Robinson Foundation scholars, most of whom are members of the Class of 2020, arrived at the Commissioner's Office to partake in a lunch meeting and panel discussion with MLB front-office members. More
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