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This Day in Baseball History
July 23, 1962 > Jackie Robinson, Bob Feller, Edd Roush and managing legend Bill McKechnie are inducted into the Hall of Fame. Robinson, who crossed the segregation line to become the first black Major Leaguer in the 20th century, also becomes the first African American elected to the shrine in Cooperstown.