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Jackie Robinson Breaks the Color Barrier

A young rookie for the Brooklyn Dodgers forever changed the game of baseball on April 15, 1947. Number 42, Jackie Robinson, broke the color barrier when he took to Ebbets Field that day. Robinson was the first African-American ballplayer allowed into Major League Baseball.

The Great Seal Bug: A Story of Cold War Espionage

It was 1945 and the U.S. and the Soviet Union had at best a tenuous relationship. What was presented ... more

Chicago’s “Sod Father”

"There's six of us who have been in Major League Baseball: My grandfather, my dad, my two uncles, ... more

First Blood Bank

Dr. Bernard Fantus established the first blood preservation laboratory on March 15, 1937. The ... more
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