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DIAMONDS ALONG THE HIGHWAY

Historic Dodgertown

  • Aired: 03/13/2014
  • 29:20
  • Rating: NR
“Dodgertown” in Vero Beach, Florida allowed Jackie Robinson, baseball’s first African-American player, to train free of stringent Jim Crow Laws. Uncover the untold story of how Vero Beach played a role in the Brooklyn Dodgers leaving New York for Los Angeles.
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