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Old 04-15-2017, 12:33 PM
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Default In honor of Jackie Robinson day

Let's see your Jackie and other intergrators

1. 1940's. Petition to allow black players
2. Mike Gonzalez - first Latino manager with the cards for two interim stints in the late 30's
3. Ramon Herrera photo - first player to play in negro national league with Cuban stars and then MLB with Boston in 1925
4. Early photo with Estabon Pratts ( sitting far right) who with Juan violat became first latinos in the American minors with Jacksonville in 1904
5. Portion of program from Jackie's first all star tour after his 1946 season with Montreal. This was an integrated tour that features both negro league greats and white teammates from the royals- including Al campnanis who would later be branded a racist for comments he made as dodgers gm
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Old 04-15-2017, 01:39 PM
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Old 04-15-2017, 04:43 PM
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here are a 1947 Jackie Robinson and a 1939 a spring training photo of the first Venezuelan major Leaguer Alejandro Eloy Carrasquel.

He is an interesting character. The information below was copied and pasted from Wikipedia.

Born in Caracas, Carrasquel had a fine fastball, which he complemented with an effective knuckleball and a decent curve. He started his major league career with the Washington Senators in the American League on April 23, 1939. In his major league debut as a reliever against the New York Yankees, Carrasquel retired the side in order, striking out Joe DiMaggio, retiring Lou Gehrig on a ground ball, and Bill Dickey on a pop fly.

Although World War II was officially over and baseball's finest players were back in their familiar ranks, tranquility no longer had a place in the majors. The new Mexican League, headed by millionaire Jorge Pasquel, had lured a cluster of bigleaguers. On January 2, 1946, the Chicago White Sox bought Carrasquel's contract from the Senators. He rejected the deal and fled to play in Mexico, signing a three-year contract the first shot in the cross-border disputes that would dominate baseball even more than the return of the war veterans. There were several other players who fled to Mexico, including outfielder Danny Gardella, pitchers Sal Maglie and Max Lanier and catcher Mickey Owen. Commissioner of Baseball Happy Chandler sought a lifetime suspension for them, but his penalty was later reduced.

In 1949, Carrasquel returned to the majors with three appearances for the White Sox before being farmed out. When Chicago acquired his nephew Chico Carrasquel in that season, GM Frank Lane swapped Alex for reliever Witto Aloma, who acted strictly as an interpreter for the young Venezuelan shortstop.
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93 of 153 regular season stubs (61%), 14 of 14 1971 ALCS, NLCS , and World Series stubs (100%)

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