The lesson Robinson's heirs haven't learned
CHICAGO -- Jackie Robinson Day passed through town like a cool spring breeze, leaving little behind besides a chilly reminder that black kids don't play baseball anymore.
"Tomorrow," Cubs great Billy Williams said, settling into a seat in the shade of the home dugout, "you won't even know any of this happened."
In the sunshine nearby, members of the Cubs marketing department
scurried from place to place, setting up microphones and herding
schoolkids taking part in the pregame ceremonies ...
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