Bob Feller and Jackie Robinson inducted into baseball Hall of Fame; scenes from careers of Feller and Robinson
Cooperstown New York USA Date:1962, January 25 Duration:59 sec Sound:Yes
People gather at baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York. Announcer notes Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller and Brooklyn Dodgers second baseman Jackie Robinson have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Scenes from the careers of both players. Bob Feller greeting kids on field, holding a child. Bob Feller pitching at Polo Grounds in New York, date unknown. Jackie Robinson seen removing baseball bat from rack. Announcer notes he is the first black man admitted to the Hall of Fame. Robinson seen hitting ball to outfield wall and sliding into second base for a double. Robinson successfully steals home against New York Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford in the opening game of the 1955 World Series -- although catcher Yogi Berra disagrees vehemently with the umpire's call.
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