What happened on Jackie Robinson's day made his MLB debut 75 years ago

Robinson's debut with Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947, was a turning point for baseball, and for America

As Jackie Robinson prepared to take the field as the first black player in a modern baseball history on 

The opening day of 75 years ago this Friday, a related press reporter if he had a butterfly in his stomach.

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Not one," Robinson answered, with a smile. "I hope I can say I do it because maybe

I will have an alibi if I don't do it well. But I won't be able to use it as an alibi

Some Robinson teammates have organized the opposite petition to play with him.

President Brooklyn Dodgers Branch Rickey quickly finished the protest

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let the players know he would exchange anyone who did not rise. It was in the atmosphere of the stove-pressure in the break room

That Robinson stepped out on diamond on April 15 to break the baseball color barrier.

As a team's first baseman that day in 1947, Robinson saw actions from the start.

Boston Braves Hitter Dick Culler led the match with the ground ball to the third baseman John "Spider" Jorgensen

Who threw to Robinson. When the ball slapped into his gloves, fans roared their approval for this routine yet historic.

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