Jackie Robinson’s moral greatness

A “woke” author of a book about “whiteness” says people think #42 came to the Big Leagues first because he was the first black man to be good enough. She may be “woke,” but she flunks history. Every baseball fan knows racism kept out black players until 1947. And Branch Rickey chose Robison to the first, not just because he was a great player, but because he was also a man of great moral courage.