THE POP EXPOSE – Rachel Robinson!

Story By Mitchell Smith Hello everyone, today I’m checking out a remarkable woman who has flown under the radar for years. Rachel Robinson has been 50 years without her love Jackie Robinson, the legendary Brooklyn Dodger who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Jackie passed away in 1972 at the age of 53. Although the man died way too young the legend still lives today. Rachel who turns 100 on July 19th has lived and helped keep his legacy going forward. I wise person once said behind every…

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The POP-EXPOSE ‘Branch Rickey’ By Mitchell Smith!

Wesley Branch Rickey born December 20th 1881 in Stockdale, OH was best known for drafting the first black man Jackie Robinson which broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Although it was not an easy road for either of them, Rickey changed America’s pass time, and he changed the perspective on the face of America. Rickey played professional football and baseball, before becoming a manager in the MLB. Rickey commanded a chemical training unit in WWI and had one of the all time baseball greats Ty Cobb under his…

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