Jackie Robinson Short Story

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Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be the odd man out well then you should hear this story about Jackie Robinson? “ Life is not important except when it impacts others.” by Jackie Robinson. On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson won the Major league baseball, Most valuable player. He got this award in Brooklyn New York Because he was voted by the league MVP. It was a rough ride to get the Most Valuable Player because he had to overcome obstacles of the color barrier.

1940 was when the MLB all change because that 's when the first African american came into the league, Jackie Robinson. Jackie was born on January 31st, 1914. When he came into the league everyone froze, they didn 't know what to do, Because they have never seen an African American again. Jackie hit 137 home runs, 4,887 at-bats, 3.1 batting average, 85 RBI, 29 stolen bases his MVP year and 125 runs scored. When he died he was 53 years old. Everybody on his team didn 't like
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Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be the odd man out well then you should hear this story about Jackie Robinson. “ Life is not important except when it impacts other.” by Jackie Robinson. On April 15 1947 Jackie Robinson won the Major league baseball, Most valuable player. He got this award in Brooklyn New York, Because he was voted by the league MVP. It was a rough ride to get the Most Valuable Player because he had to overcome obstacles of the color barrier.

1940 was when the MLB all change, because that 's when the first african american came into the league, Jackie Robinson. Jackie was born on January 31st 1914. When he came into the league everyone froze, they didn 't know what to do, Because they have never seen an african american again. Jackie hit 137 homeruns, 4,887 at bats, 3.1 batting average, 85 RBI, 29 stolen bases his MVP year and 125 runs scored. When he died he was 53 years old. Everybody on his team didn 't like him until he won league Most valuable Player. Then they thought different

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