Jackie Robinson played in six World Series, but he and the Brooklyn Dodgers only won one world championship, in 1955.
Once ... in 1955 with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
yes he was
he olny on one and that was with the Brooklyn Dodgers
Jackie Robinson was the first African American to play major league baseball. He played for the Brooklyn Dodgers and helped them win a World Series and a number of pennants.
No ..... that was Larry Doby and Satchel Paige with the 1948 Cleveland Indians.
Jackie was 36 years old when his team, the Brooklyn Dodgers, won the 1955 World Series ... Jackie was born on January 31, 1919.
Born on January 1, 1919, Jackie Robinson was 36-years-old when he helped his team, the Brooklyn Dodgers, win the Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series. In the 6-game 1955 World Series, between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Yankess, Jackie Robinson had 22 At-Bats (AB) with 4 hits (H)(including 1 Double and 1 Triple), 2 Base on Balls (BB) and 1 Strikeout (K or SO), giving him an overall batting average (AVG.) for the Series of .182. Additionally, he scored 5 times and had 1 Run Batted In (RBI). Although Jackie Robinson appeared in the MLB World Series with the Brooklyn Dodgers 6 times, he and the team were only victorious in 1955.
Robinson did not pitch in the major leagues.
Jackie Robinson is a generous baseball player that joined the neegro leagues. he tried his best to win with his team.