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Brooklyn Dodgers

All Time Second Baseman

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Jackie Robinson  

Jackie Robinson

1947 - 1956

1382 games, 137 home runs, .311 batting average

Most well known for breaking baseball's color barrier by being the first 20th Century African American player in MLB, Robinson played 10 stellar seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers at first base, second base, third base, and the outfield. He led the league in hitting in 1949 with a .342 average and earned the MVP award. Robinson's number 42 was retired by the Dodgers in 1972 and has recently been retired by MLB.


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Manager Walter Alston
First Baseman Gil Hodges
Second Baseman Jackie Robinson
Third Baseman Ron Cey
Shortstop Pee Wee Reese
Left Fielder Tommy Davis
Center Fielder Duke Snider
Right Fielder Shawn Green
Catcher Roy Campanella
RH Pitcher Don Drysdale
LH Pitcher Sandy Koufax
Closer Ron Perranoski

Dusty Baker, Adrian Beltre, Milton Bradley, Ralph Branca, Jim Brewer, Kevin Brown, Jeromy Burnitz, Brett Butler, Dolf Camilli, Alex Cora, Willie Davis, J.D. Drew, Juan Encarnacion, Andre Ethier, Ron Fairly, Steve Finley, Rafael Furcal, Carl Furillo, Eric Gagne, Nomar Garciaparra, Steve Garvey, Kirk Gibson, Jim Gilliam, Luis Gonzalez, Burleigh Grimes, Pedro Guerrero, Babe Herman, Jose Hernandez, Orel Hershiser, Kazuhisa Ishii, Cesar Izturis, Tommy John, Brian Jordan, Eric Karros, Willie Keeler, Joe Kelley, Jeff Kent, Clem Labine, Cookie Lavagetto, Jose Lima, Paul Lo Duca, James Loney, Davey Lopes, Al Lopez, Derek Lowe, Russell Martin, Ramon Martinez, Andy Messersmith, Raul Mondesi, Wally Moon, Mike Morgan, Don Newcombe, Hideo Nomo, Lefty O'Doul, Claude Osteen, Andy Pafko, Chan Ho Park, Brad Penny, Odalis Perez, Mike Piazza, Johnny Podres, Dave Roberts, Wilbert Robinson, John Roseboro, Takashi Saito, Steve Sax, Mike Scioscia, Jimmy Sheckard, Gary Sheffield, Reggie Smith, Don Sutton, Fernando Valenzuela, Dazzy Vance, Dixie Walker, Jayson Werth, Zach Wheat, Maury Wills

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Red Barber, Vin Scully, Tommy Lasorda, Branch Rickey

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