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Was read at Jackie’s celebration dinner. ” On October 15, 1972, Jackie was honored at the second game of the World Series in Cincinnati. Twenty-five years had passed since Jackie began his career with the Dodgers. By this time, almost a quarter of all baseball players were black. Jackie threw the traditional first ball to start the game and made a few remarks. He said he would like to see African Americans coaching and managing baseball teams. 42 Jackie lived only nine days after that. On the morning of October 24, he collapsed in Rachel’s arms.
Front Cover: © Bettmann/CORBIS. Back Cover: AP Photo/USPS. For quoted text: pp. 7, 12, 26, 31, John R. M. Wilson, Jackie Robinson and the American Dilemma (New York: Longman Pearson, 2010); pp. 18, 19, 21, 23, 34, 41, Jackie Robinson, I Never Had It Made: An Autobiography (New York: Ecco Press, 1995), first published 1972 by Putnam; pp. Â€28, David Falkner, Great Time Coming: The Life of Jackie Robinson from Baseball to Birmingham (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1995); p. 30, Scott Simon, Jackie Robinson and the Integration of Baseball (Hoboken, NJ: J.
S Little League baseball team after retiring from the Dodgers. Jackie (right) meets with Martin Luther King Jr. (second from right) and other leaders of the civil rights movement. In 1963, Jackie took his family to the nation’s capital. ’s March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. They listened to King speak about his dream of racial equality. Returning home, they were determined to make that dream come true. There was so much Jackie wanted to do. But his health was worsening. Jackie suffered from diabetes, a disease that affects blood sugar.