Jackie Robinson was the first player to break the Major League Baseball "Color Barrier". He broke the barrier wearing the number 42 which is now retired for all of Major League Baseball. The only player left wearing it is Marino Rivera of the New York Yankees. Jackie Robinson broke the barrier with The Brooklyn (now L.A.) Dodgers
Jackie Robinson in the AL and Larry Doby in the AL.
1947 was when Jackie breaks the color barrier
He was a Major League Baseball player.
In 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first black player in the modern era. Moses Fleetwood Walker is credited with being the first black player in the history of major-league baseball.
Jackie Robinson is best known for breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball.
Jackie Robinson broke the Major League Baseball color barrier on April 15, 1947.
That he broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball
Jackie Robinson was a Major League Baseball player who played 2nd base for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He is famous because in April of 1947, he broke baseball's color barrier by becoming the first ever African American to play in a Major League Baseball game for a Major League Baseball team.
name one player not playing in the minors but still getting major league pay
Breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball.
April 15, 1947