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.
In the second game when Robinson is on first, when he steals second then third base. Rieser strikes out on only one pitch.
Baseball was proof positive that democracy was real. A baseball box score after all, is a democratic thing. It doesn't say how big you are, or what religion you follow it does not know how you voted, or the color of your skin, it simply states what ...
In 1947 after signing Hank Greenberg, the left field fence in Forbes Field (PGH) was shortened to allow for more homers and was labelled "Greenberg Gardens". The bullpens were there also. When the film shows Jackie homering off Ostermueller, the old fence and layout are shown.
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