On February 10, 1946, Robinson and Isum were married by their old friend, the Rev.
Or should they keep their innovative interface intact and take a shot at something great, risking not just their livelihoods but those of everyone who worked for them in the process? Robinson named , who played for the Phillies at the time, as the first opposing player to wish him well.
It turns out he was institutionalized as a high schooler after he hit a young woman in the face with a wrench.
When he poured out that string of unconscionable abuse, he solidified and united thirty men.
Afterward, Robinson played variously at first, second, and third bases, shortstop, and in the , with , another black player, taking over everyday second base duties.
For all they know, an outlier like this may not even be an outlier at all; what they think they know could simply be wrong.