Maintaining Jackie Robinson's Legacy

As Major League Baseball celebrates Jackie Robinson Day, many are left wondering just how much has changed in the sport and society.
Maybe one day one of these kids will wear No. 42 on Jackie Robinson Day. Photographer: John McDonnell/The Washington Post

Major League Baseball celebrates today its sixth annual Jackie Robinson Day, in honor of the Brooklyn Dodgers' second baseman who broke its color barrier. Sixty-seven years after that landmark call-up, many people are left wondering just how much has changed in the sport and society.

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