Yahoo News – With Saturday marking the 70th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball’s color barrier, the Los Angeles Dodgers have big plans to honor Robinson’s legacy. That includes the unveiling of a brand new bronze statue, which will be permanently displayed outside Dodger Stadium.
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