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BASEBALL: Jackie Robinson broke major league baseball's color barrier 50 years ago, but he wasn't the first black to play in the majors. In 1884, the Toledo Blue Stockings of the American Association, then a major league, had two black players: catcher Moses Fleetwood Walker and his brother Welday, an outfielder. Although Welday appeared in just five games, Moses -- known by his nickname, "Fleet" -- shared catching duties, playing in 42 games and batting .263. Both players were gone the next year and no black appeared in organized baseball again until 1946, when Robinson first played for the Brooklyn Dodgers' Montreal farm team. A year later, he moved into the majors with the Dodgers.<br><br><br><br><span class=gensmall>Accepted as answer by menyak on 09 Mar 2003 19:18 EST.</span>
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