Yes, once. And I was there!
Jackie Robinson stole home in the 1955 World Series vs. the New York Yankees. Whitey Ford was the Yankees' pitcher, with Yogi Berra catching.
Because hes black. Note that the person that said the previous statement is too stupid to know how to spell the simple contraction "he's." This moron is also unaware that Jackie Robinson has been dead for quite a while, meaning it is incorrect to say that "He's black" -- the only intelligent statement would be "He WAS black." Oh, and BTW, Robinson got the nickname because he was quite adept at stealing bases -- he's one of the few players to ever steal home in a World Series game.
Jackie Robinson ended up getting 74 walks in 1947, 57 walks in 1948, 86 walks in 1949, 80 walks in 1950, 79 walks in 1951, 106 walks in 1952, 74 walks in 1953, 63 walks in 1954, 61 walks in 1955 and 60 walks in 1956 however 5 walks in 1955 were intentional walks and 2 walks in 1956 were intentional walks, he had a total of 740 walks in his career.
Jackie Robinson accomplished more in his life time then most people could dream of. He broke the color barrier in major league baseball, won numerous awards for his outsanding ablityl on the field, was a civil rights activist. Those are true. But he also was the first player to steal home plate in major league baseball.
Robinson stole 197 bases in his 10 year MLB career.
I do not know the exact number, but I know it was less than ten. 4
Rogue agents in the CIA who were trying to steal technology they were supposed to be protecting.
Depends on how fast you are..
No, because the field is smaller than a baseball field, they can't. Although they can steal