This Week In Baseball History: 1962 Jackie Robinson Hall Of Fame Induction

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This week’s look back at Baseball History takes us to 1962 when Jackie Robinson becomes the first African American player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Joining the Dodger infielder in the Cooperstown ceremony are fireballer Bob Feller, veteran manager Bill McKechnie, and outfielder Edd Roush. This moment in Baseball History was brought to you by MLB Brand New York Yankees Edition Foods, coming soon to a grocery store near you. Text Baseball to 811811 today for your money-saving coupon.