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Q: What year did Jackie Robinson become the first African American to play on a major league team?
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In what year did Jackie Robinson become the first African American to play baseball?

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Jakie Robinson was the first African American that played baseballAnswerJackie Robinson was the first African American to play in baseball major leagues. He broke the color barrier between blacks and whites in sports. He also helped Martin Luther King Jr. in the march and was recognized. When he refuse to sit on the back of a bus in about 1948 he was put on trial and consequently didn't get deployed and was put on trial. For this, he had an honorable discharge.


Did Jackie Robinson become rookie of the year?

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How did Jackie Robinson become a baseball player?

Jackie Robinson became a baseball player in college, but actually started playing in Montreal before coming to the United States to play. After the end of World War II, Jackie Robinson tried out for the Brooklyn Dodgers.


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Though racist people (both in the stands, in the US, and even his fellow ballplayers) hated him and what he stood for, Robinson kept quiet and persevered through what they said and did. People expected Robinson to become infuriated and/or leave the Brooklyn Dodgers. Instead, he did neither and acted like a gentleman. The racists eventually mellowed, and Robinson and other African American players were accepted into the big leagues.


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