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Saturday May 21st, 2022 8:11AM

LISTEN: Kostya Kennedy on the four seasons of Jackie Robinson

By Mornings on Maine Street

It's been 75 years since Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in major league baseball. Kostya Kennedy shared with Maine Street about Robinson's life not just on the field, but off as well. Kostya takes a unique approach by focusing on the four seasons of Robinson's life. 

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