Not much of a tribute to where venerable Ebbets Field was
Finger Lakes Times
The Dodgers had plenty of famous players: Pee Wee Reese, Roy Campanella, Duke Snider, Don Drysdale. But none were more important, more historic, than Robinson who broke baseball's color barrier in 1947, becoming the first African American to play in ...
On this day in Alabama history: Willie Mays inducted into African-American Sports Hall of Fame
Read more at Encyclopedia of Alabama. Willie Mays's plaque in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, 2012. (Beyond My Ken, Wikimedia). Willie Mays, standing, wearing baseball uniform, with arm around shoulders of Roy Campanella, 1961.
Hall of fame honors Belle Baruch's height in philanthropy, conservation
Myrtle Beach Sun News
... after World War I, and to Bellevue Hospital in New York, a teaching hospital ... where she dedicated a rehabilitation wing in honor of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, a good friend, and one of the first patients there was Brooklyn Dodgers catcher Roy Campanella.
Kansas City travelblog: Civic pride at 18th & Vine | News OK
The Negro League Museum and the soon-to-open Urban Youth Academy are a great partnership in KC's historic district.