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BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/file photo
BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP/file photo

With tributes to baseball great Jackie Robinson pouring in on the 71st anniversary of his breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball, it seemed a perfect time to revisit a Brooklyn Dodgers icon, its beloved Sym-Phony Band. Made up of fans of the team, the band has reunited from time to time over the years to stir the memories of borough residents of a certain age. Robinson’s number 42 was retired throughout baseball in 1997.

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frank April 24, 2018 / 04:28PM
Could this be a picture of where he lived that I have in my photos?
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roll the ball April 30, 2018 / 08:04AM
This is a great little post with some valuable tips. I totally agree. The way you bring passion and engagement into the things you do can really change your outlook on live. - roll the ball


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