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Fenway Park Wrigley Field Old Yankee Stadium Memorial stadium Comiskey park Crosley field Cleveland stadium Arlington stadium Tiger stadium Municipal stadium Ebbets field Shibe park Forbes field Sportsman park Griffith stadium

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Q: What were some of the stadiums Jackie Robinson played in?
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