Yes. They let him join as a slug hitter which means he bombs the ball 400 yards
Jackie Robinson's debate was about whether they would let him play on the major leagues because he is an African American
First and foremost, Rickey want to WIN BALL GAMES, and felt that players of the calibre of Robinson would help him do so. He knew that Robinson would suffer EXTREME abuse while playing, and so he had to be absolutely certain that Robinson would endure the abuse.
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The Philadelphia Phillies -- and their manager Ben Chapman -- were notorious for relentless heckling of Robinson in his early days in major league baseball. Reportedly, at one game at Shibe Park in Philadelphia, a black cat was let loose onto the field. The heckling only made Robinson more determined to succeed, and he continued to excel in the majors.
the importance of Jackie Robinson in society is he was the first African American to be let into major league base ball.he showed that blacks could be just as good as whites at not just base ball but at everything .he showed us that it doesnt matter what your skin color is.its what is inside is what matters the most.H didnt let the color of his skin stop him from succeding.He ignored the racial comments and showed the world what he could do.And these are just some of the reasons why he is so important to society thier are so any great things he has done to promote his kind and for that i believe that jack roevelt robinson is a united states hero.
No, because "let's" means "let us", and it does not make sense to say "let us join us." It would be correct to say, "Come on, let's join them." It would also be correct, if you are speaking to someone outside your group, to say, "Come on, join us."
Of course! Go to log in and it will let you join.
the end of segragation in baseball
Let's Join Joanie - 1950 TV was released on: USA: 1950
go to l.a and find prodigy.he will let you join.
Jackie 0 - 'Let Me Show You'
Only if you let it