Jackie Robinson was a game changer for all sports. He broke barriers in baseball allowing African Americans to play baseball. Jackie was hated at first but he didn't say anything and let his playing do the talking.Jackie didn't only change baseball he helped his community and the Civil Rights movement. Jackie is the most honored baseball player today he has his own day called Jackie Robinson Day in April and every player wears his number. 1.How did Jackie Robinson change the way Americans viewed African Americans playing baseball?
Until one year That the Brooklyn Dodgers made it too another World Series in 1955. Jackie Robinson won that World Series and no one was racist to him when he won that World Series. The cool part was that Jackie Robinson won Rookie of The Year in 1947 , National League MVP in 1949 and was a World Series champ in 1950. Now he is a Hall of famer and every one will remember him
Jackie attended John Muir High School, where he excelled in sports in high school and college. He went to Pasadena College where he played 4 sports, football, baseball, track, and basketball. He was very talented in all of them, but he really saw something in baseball. Coming out out of college, Jackie was rejected by the Boston Red Sox, he then went off to serve in the military, Jackie was soon promoted to 2nd lieutenant, and after got platoon leader. On August 28, 1945 he met with Branch Rickey.
Jackie Robinson was born on January 31, 1919, in Cairo, Georgia. (Setting) Jackie was the youth of the family, and he was nurtured in poverty by a single mother. (Protagonist) He spent his high school years at John Muir High School and his college years at Pasadena Junior College. During both his high school and college years, he was a phenomenal athlete. He played four sports; football, track, baseball, and basketball, and excelled at each.
When he first got out of college he was segregated into a negro baseball league. When he was playing, the fans would be calling him terrible names and would most likely make him mad. When Jackie would play, the fans would be throwing things at him from the stands. They fans would throw drinks, food, and things they brought into the stadium. (#####) Jackie was named the best player in the negro leagues, and now is thought as one of the best players to play the game.
Jackie didn’t pay attention to what people thought or said about him, just knowing he was going to get on base the next pitch. Jackie Robinson was born on January 31st, 1919 in Cairo Georgia. Was the youngest of five children, so wasn’t noticed by his parents much. His brother, Mack, was a track star, earning a silver medal in the 1936 Olympics, the main reason that Jackie was drawn to sports at such an early age. In high school, Jackie lettered in four different sports, baseball, football,
Jackie took the baseball diamond during a time when prejudice and racial segregation were common in America, and nobody thought much of it. Jackie expanded the fanbase of the Brooklyn Dodgers, since most blacks looked to Robinson for courage, and they saw Jackie as a hero. At first, most people were against
Jackie Robinson was a very successful young man, his fame started when he was in highschool. Robinson got varsity letters in four different sports, basketball, football, track, and baseball. When he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers he was forced to stay in a separate hotel without his teammates because he was a different color. Jackie Robinson was awarded the Rookie of the year award in 1947. He was arrested for not giving up his seat to a white person on the bus and later was released of all charges.
Jackie Robinson broke the baseball color line and became the first African American to play on a major sports team.Robinson was born on January 31, 1919 and went to college at UCLA after high school. He married Rachel Robinson in 1946 and had three children. Robinson died on October 24, 1972 with great accomplishments.Jackie Robinson may be the most important figure in America's history for being the first African American to join the major leagues in baseball, for breaking the color barrier in the sport, and for changing baseball for everyone. Jackie Robinson shows that everyone can be emotionally and mindly changed of how people react to other races during that time. The people in the society was having a hard time to adapt with Robinson joining the major leagues in baseball.“The integration of major-league baseball proceeded without critical incident.
Baseball to Jackie Robinson was gateway to freedom, he was inspired by his older brother to pursue a career for what he had a talent and a love for athletics and Baseball. Jackie was arrested and court-martialed for refusing to give up his seat and move to the back of a segregated bus, but because of his reputation he received an honorable discharge. His courage and moral objection to segregation were precursors to the impact Robinson would have in major league baseball. Jackie Robinson broke the ‘’color barrier’’ by becoming the first African American to play Major League Baseball and inspired young black men to follow in his path and follow their dreams. Not only did he break the color barrier but he changed the society of America itself.