Jackie Robinson was born on January 31, 1919.
His siblings are Mack Robinson, Edger Robinson, Willa Mae Robinson, and Frank Robinson.
He was a Second baseman, Running back, and short step.
His team was Honolulu Bears, Kansas city Monarchs baseball team, Negro National league, Brooklyn Dodgers, National All-Star league.
He broke the color barrier in major league baseball.
He won numerous awards for his outstanding ability on the field.
He won awards like civil right activist, individual player, rookie of the year award by the sporting news, most valuable player award, National Baseball Hall of fame, presidential medal of freedom, and Canadian baseball hall of fame.
Jackie Robinson retire after the 1956 season.
He accepted a job from the Chock Full O'nuts restaurant.
He retire because the Brooklyn Dodgers arranged to trade him to the Crosstown rival New York Giants
Jackie Robinson had 175 hits and 125 runs.
Jackie Robinson died on October 24, 1972.