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Jackie Robinson Day

Cliff Floyd and Ken Griffey Jr. line up Sunday before the Reds-Cubs game at Wrigley. (Nam Y. Huh/AP)
Sacred No. 42 on display around Majors
Players and coaches around the Major Leagues celebrated the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's historic debut on Sunday by donning the Hall of Famer's No. 42 for one day only after the number was retired throughout baseball in 1997. Full story >
Dodgers celebrate Robinson's legacy
Jackie Robinson was remembered at Dodger Stadium on the 60th anniversary of the day he changed the world. Full story >
Editorial Lineup
MLB salutes Rachel Robinson
On Sunday's 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier as a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers, his widow was bestowed with one of MLB's highest honors at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.  Full story >

Bauman: Honor Robinson daily
Every day ought to be Jackie Robinson Day in Major League Baseball. There do not have to be celebrations and ceremonies as there were on Sunday, but his impact on baseball and society should be remembered every day.  Full story >

Griffey first in line for 42
The son of a former Major Leaguer, Ken Griffey Jr. has a unique perspective on wearing No. 42. The outfielder believes honoring Jackie Robinson by wearing his old number should be embraced, but that baseball should do more.  Full story >

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