PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Sport
This movie is about Jackie Robinson and his journey to becoming a Brooklyn Dodger and his life during that time.
The last scene of the movie takes place at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh. The stadium was not used after 1970 when the Pirates moved to Three Rivers Stadium. Within this last scene, as Jackie rounds the bases for his home run a shot of the Cathedral of... ...
He's a Methodist, I'm a Methodist... And God's a Methodist; We can't go wrong.
The game on September 17, which Jackie Robinson hits a home run off of Pirates pitcher Fritz Ostermueller to help the Dodgers clinch the pennant, was not the actual day the Dodgers clinched the pennant. The National League standings at the end of play that day had the Dodgers with a record of 91-54, while the second place Cardinals had a record of 80-62. With 154 games in a season, it was still possible for the Cardinals to win the pennant with a record of 92-62, with the Dodgers finishing in second place with a record of 91-63.
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