MLB Week in Review (April 10-16)

The MLB is through another week of the season and they took some time this week to honour a trailblazer in the league.

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MLB Week in Review (May 24-30)

The MLB would celebrate an important milestone this week when they played the 8th annual Civil Rights Game. It is a game that is meant to highlight the history of African American players in the game. That history was not always the best for the MLB as they would not fully break the colour barrier until the 1950s. There is a long history of African American baseball and it is a very rich one with some amazing players that were never allowed to play in the MLB. As the world still believed that only one race was good enough to play there was a lot of amazing talent missed.

MLB Week in Review (April 13-19)

The beginning of the week in the MLB was supposed to be a celebration of one of the greatest and most influential baseball players in MLB history. April 15th would mark Jackie Robinson Day in the MLB where every team and every player would wear the now league-wide retired #42. It was supposed to be a day of celebration for the man who broke the colour barrier in the American past time.

MLB Week in Review (August 11-17)

USA has been in a constant state of change since it was first settled as the New World in the 1500s. From that point on Americans went from being British to their own country and developed in to the latest world super power. There have been many bumps along the way though and one of the most studied has been the tumultuous period of the 1960s. During this time many people fought for their rights in the country including African Americans.

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