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Jackie Robinson Day
The Dodgers stand for the national anthem while wearing No. 42 as a team. (Mark J. Terrill/AP)
Coast to coast, baseball honors pioneer Robinson
From early Wednesday afternoon in Queens, New York, until late in the evening in Los Angeles, and across the backs of every single player, coach and manager on a Major League field, this day was all about Jackie Robinson.  Full story >
Day has special feel at Citi Field
Amidst the grandeur on the day that honors her late husband, Rachel Robinson joined the Mets to officially dedicate the Jackie Robinson Rotunda at Citi Field.  Full story >
Editorial Lineup

Dodgers honor legacy, 42 students
Don Newcombe threw out the first pitch as the Dodgers staged an emotional pregame tribute to their former infielder.  Full story >

Remembering Jackie before 42
Remembering -- and celebrating and educating -- is what the Negro Leagues Museum is doing with a weeklong program of events under the banner "Before he was #42."  Full story >

Jackie paved way for Obama
We still have a long way to go, Mike Bauman writes. But with Barack Obama's election, we have, in this one extremely important instance, lived up to the ideals of equality.  Full story >

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