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This Day in Baseball History
February 14, 1957 > Nearly 10 years after Jackie Robinson broke the Major League color barrier, the Georgia Senate unanimously approves a bill prohibiting blacks from playing baseball with white players. Although Georgia doesn't have a Major League ballclub at the time, several Minor League teams are affected by the ruling.