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True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson

Author: Kostya Kennedy.

True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson

Author: Kostya Kennedy.

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Item #: D40127
Format: Paperback
Pages: 278
Publication Date: 2022
Publisher: St. Martin's
ISBN: 9781250782892
For many of us, Jackie Robinson remains baseball's singular figure, but he also opened the door for Black Americans to participate in other sports, and was a national figure who spoke and wrote eloquently about inequality. Offering new perspective on a complex man, Kostya Kennedy focuses on four transformative years in Robinson's life: 1946, his first year p... More
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For many of us, Jackie Robinson remains baseball's singular figure, but he also opened the door for Black Americans to participate in other sports, and was a national figure who spoke and wrote eloquently about inequality. Offering new perspective on a complex man, Kostya Kennedy focuses on four transformative years in Robinson's life: 1946, his first year playing in the essentially all-white minor leagues; 1949, when he won the MVP Award as a Brooklyn Dodger; 1956, his disappointing final season in baseball; and 1972, the year of his untimely death.


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