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This detailed, authoritative account of one of the most important seasons in baseball history chronicles the day when, in 1947, Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier and played first base for the Dodgers. Opening Day is being published on that 60th anniversary of the game.
Simon & Schuster
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CONTENTS Prologue 1Jack Roosevelt Robinson 2"Some Good Colored Players" 3The Uprising 4Opening Day 5Up in Harlem 6Praying for Base Hits 7Cardinal Sins 8The Great Road Trip 9Tearing Up the Pea Patch 10Pee Wee's Embrace 11The Glorious Crusade 12"A Smile of Almost Painful Joy" 13Up and Down MacDonough Street 14A Real Gone Guy 15A Good Thing for Everybody 16The Poison Pen 17The Unbeatable Yanks 18Dixie Walker's Dilemma 19The Footsteps of Enos "Country" Slaughter 20Shadow Dancing 21"We Aren't Afraid" 22"And the World Series Is Over!" Epilogue Acknowledgments Notes Index