By David Brandt AP Sports Writer PHOENIX (AP) — Major League Baseball observed a Jackie Robinson Day like no other Friday, with teams celebrating a man who broke the sport's color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 while the racial reckoning continued. Ten baseball games were postponed over two days as some teams joined other sports like the NBA, WNBA and MLS in protesting social injustice. For Twins manager Rocco Baldelli, it's a well-timed honor. 'I did find it almost crazy and kind of great, after everything that went down yesterday in baseball and in sports and with our […]
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