Honoring Jackie’s Legacy From Westwood To Chavez Ravine

This Wednesday, Dodger Stadium will be the host of this years Civil Rights game. This will mark the first time the Civil Rights game will take place on Jackie Robinson Day, April 15th. Recently, UCLA,  Jackie Robinson’s alma mater, took a page from Major League Baseball by officially retiring the number 42 throughout both their men’s and women’s athletic program…

42_PAULEY Jackie’s presence is felt inside Pauley Pavillion among other Bruin greats…

42_UCLA Quad A touch of Blue from Westwood to Chavez Ravine…

Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick on the significance of the Dodgers hosting the Civil Rights game on Jackie Robinson Day…

42_JR Stadium This statue and mural is located along the 1st base concourse at Jackie Robinson Stadium where UCLA Baseball plays it’s home games

42_top of the park Of Course, 42, at the Top of The Park…

 

 

 

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