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Dan Shaughnessy

His legacy is thriving

Sharon Robinson perpetuates the work of her father through the Jackie Robinson Foundation and Major League Baseball. Sharon Robinson perpetuates the work of her father through the Jackie Robinson Foundation and Major League Baseball. (BARRY CHIN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Dan Shaughnessy
Globe Columnist / January 31, 2007

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Jackie Robinson would have been 88 years old today. Wonder what he would have thought. No doubt he'd be honored that Major League Baseball permanently retired his No. 42 (Yankee Hall of Famer closer Mariano Rivera will be the last one to wear it). He'd probably be happy and surprised to see the Red Sox hosting their fifth annual celebration ... (Full article: 1144 words)

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