He spent all ten of his professional seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers. After being traded to the cross-town rival New York Giants, he showed his loyalty to Brooklyn by retiring rather than playing for the enemy.
He first played for the negro leagues
Jackie Robinson was the first pro ball player on a pro team.
How many times must this question be answered. Jackie Robinson was the first African American in the modern era to play Major League Baseball when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers to start the 1947 season.
No, there were many more before him. The second African American to play in MLB in the modern era was Larry Doby of the Cleveland Indians whose first game was July 5, 1947. Jackie Robinson's first MLB game was April 15, 1947.
Jackie's first MLB home run came on April 18, 1947 off of Dave Koslo of the New York Giants. The Giants won the game, 10-4.
Jackie Robinson's first game in MLB was April 15, 1947.
Jackie robinson was the first african american to play in the major leagues and win the first major league game
If you are asking how many spectators came to watch Jackie Robinson's game as the first African American playing in major league baseball then the answer is 26,623 spectators. That date was April 15, 1947. Of course this was not the 'first' baseball game that Jackie played.
Yes, Jackie Robinson's first MLB game was April 15, 1947 which was the Brooklyn Dodgers' first game of the season. The Dodgers defeated the Boston Braves, 5-3, and Robinson went 0 for 3 with a run scored.
Jackie Robinson played his last game on September 30, 1956