The Dodgers, along with all of Major League Baseball, celebrated Jackie Robinson Day last night in commemoration of Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier in 1947. Rachel and Sharon Robinson, Jackie's widow and daughter, respectively, were on hand to lead in the celebrations. Harrison Ford, who stars in the motion picture 42 based on Robinson's life, threw out the ceremonial first pitch. All photos by Marco Torres.
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