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Jackie Robinson Day Day Exclusives


The Jackie Robinson Day figures from McFarlane celebrates the man and the legend.

In 1947 Jackie Robinson Day became the first Afro-American player in the MLB when he steeped onto the field for the Brooklyn Dodgers.

He became one of baseballs greatest players ever and his career was defined not only by his actions on the field but also by what his being on the field meant to thousands of hopeful Afro-American kids who looked to him as a mentor and hero.

Some fifty years later, in his honor, all 30 major league clubs retired his number 42 shirt, with one important exception.

To commerate his career and achievments the MLB officially recognized April 15 as Jackie Robinson Day in 2004.

On April 15 2007 to honor Jackie Robinson's legacy Ken Griffey, Jr. requested permission to wear #42 on that specific.

The MLB were quick to grant him permission and extended the offer to allow ALL players to wear the #42 on Jakie Robinson Day only.

In tribute to the truest of baseball heroes Griffey and Robinson Cano (who is named after Jackie Robinson) wore #42 in 2007 and 2008 as a salute to Jackie Robinson's courage, grace and determination.

Now you to can celebrate the man and the legend with this special Jackie Robinson tribut set.


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Jackie Robinson

As Barack Obama becomes the United States of America's 44th President, his African-American roots symbolize a long-awaited change in the structure of a nation that previously held his race to lower standards and regularly impeded strides and progress. However, while a younger generation soaks in the moment in 2008-09, it was a young baseball player in 1947 that arguably made "change" possible in America.

Jack Roosevelt Robinson, simply known as "Jackie", was the defining player in MLB history. After more than 60-years of blatantly enforced and resilient segregation in the sport of baseball, Robinson's inclusion to the game forcefully knocked down the wall and allowed African-Americans to compete as equals with their Caucasian counterparts.

Robinson was born during a sweeping Spanish flu and smallpox epidemic in 1919. From his birth, Jackie would learn that life was a struggle. After growing up in a poverty-stricken home, raised by a single mother, Robinson joined a local gang. However, a family friend, Carl Anderson, persuaded Jackie to leave that life behind and earn an education.

In 1935, Robinson enrolled in John Muir High School where he lettered in football, track, basketball, and baseball. Matthew, Jackie's older brother, convinced him to stick with sports. Jackie soon became the shortstop and catcher of his baseball team. Jackie continued playing and excelling at multiple sports, and became the University of California's first athlete to win varsity letters in 4 sports: basketball, football, track, and baseball. After college, Robinson joined the Honolulu Bears - a semi-pro football team - before being drafted into the army.

After his military service, Jackie joined the Negro League Kansas City Monarchs in 1945. During his stint with the team, the general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Branch Rickey, began scouting Robinson. Because of a .387 batting average and an all-around talent for the game, Rickey assigned Robinson to the Dodgers' Triple-A club, the Montreal Royals. Robinson played his first integrated game on March 17, 1946. The Dodgers called him up in 1947, six days before the season's start.

Jackie Robinson debuted with the Dodgers in front of a crowd of over 26,000, 14,000 of whom were African-American. During his first season, Robinson was met with racism from fans, other players, and even members from his own team. However, team management promptly stepped in for Robinson after some of the Dodgers' players had threatened to quit. Other MLB teams, like the St. Louis Cardinals, threatened to strike, but Ford Frick, the league's President, silenced the voices with a threat of suspension.

In 1948, Robinson moved to second base and led the league in fielding percentage. He hit for the cycle in a game against the Cardinals, and finished the year with a .296 BA and 22 stolen bases. During the season, the pressure on Robinson began to relent as other teams incorporated African-Americans into their lineups, such as Satchel Paige and Larry Doby.

Robinson quickly showed the league why he was drafted despite his "color", as he exploded in 1949, winning the MVP of the National League, and putting up a .342 average with 37 stolen bases. Robinson continued his brilliant play in 1950, leading the league in double-plays, and earning the highest salary the Dodgers had ever paid ($35,000).

Jackie Robinson's play on the field continued to impress critics, and his accomplishments off the field worked to cement his spot in history as one of the nation's most important Civil Rights figures. Robinson helped the Dodgers defeat the Yankees in the 1955 World Series, Robinson's lone championship. After the 1956 season, Robinson - now 37-years-old - was declining in productivity on the field, and traded to the New York Giants. After a dispute with friends and team management, Robinson announced his retirement from the game through Look Magazine rather than with the Dodgers.

Robinson's breaking of the color barrier was the single-most important feat of the era. He appeared in the World Series 6 times during his 10-year career in the MLB, winning one title. He also appeared in 6 consecutive All-Star games, won the Rookie of the Year Award, a league MVP, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1962. His jersey number of 42 has since been retired by every team in the league.

Career Stats

  • 1518 Hits
  • 947 Runs
  • 734 RBI
  • 137 Home Runs
  • 197 Stolen Bases
  • .311 AVG
  • .474 SLG
  • 273 2B
  • 54 3B

Figure Stats

Figure measures 3 1/4 inches at top of head; 8 inches from fingertip to toe.

Articulated at neck, left elbow and right biceps.

Includes 8 inch wide by 4-inch deep custom home plate base.

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Robinson Cano

The New York Yankees are often referred to as the "Evil Empire" of Major League Baseball. With a limitless checkbook, a propensity for "player tampering", and an unwavering ability to sign the league's best players, the Yankees continue to march toward infamy with every new player's signing.

As a team able to steal the likes of Johnny Damon away from the rival Red Sox, and the solid slugging Bobby Abreu from the Phillies, the Yankees' farm system was never given any credit. However, after players like Robinson Cano appeared in the lineup, the baseball world realized that Steinbrenner's billionaire balance wasn’t their only competition. The New York conglomerate is now a dual-threat.

Robinson Jose Cano, the 26-year-old Yankees' second baseman, was born on October 22, 1982, in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic. Robinson was named after the MLB's famed second baseman and first African-American player, Jackie Robinson. But Jackie wasn't Cano's only idol. His father, Jose Cano, was signed into the Yankees' farm system in 1980 and played 6 games for the Houston Astros in 1989.

After an impressive scholastic career at San Pedro Apostol High School, Cano was signed by the Yankees in 2001, and immediately began playing in their minor league farm system. While the Yankees were throwing their money at every big-name player in the league, homegrown talent was developing in their A-system. The Yankees then pulled the trigger in 2005, calling Cano up to the Major Leagues on May 2, 2005.

Cano's first year with the club was impressive, batting .297 with 14 home runs, 62 RBI and 34 doubles. He finished the season second in voting for Rookie of the Year behind Huston Street of the Oakland Athletics. Yankees manager Joe Torre even hinted that Cano reminded him of Hall of Fame second baseman Rod Carew.

2006 would be an even better year for Robinson Cano, as he led the AL All-Star vote at second base. He couldn't play in the game due to a hamstring injury, but returned to regular season play and mounted some impressive numbers as the Yankees pressed on to the playoffs, only to lose to the Detroit Tigers in the ALDS. 2007 would prove to be an even better year for Cano statistically.

Before the season, the Yankees were trying to sign Roger Clemens, and as a gesture of goodwill, Cano offered to give Clemens his jersey of 22 and take the number 24, which is his idol Jackie Robinson's number reversed - a popular jersey among MLB players. The season started slow for Cano, but he eventually came around and earned career-best numbers in average, triples, home runs, and doubles. The Yankees signed Cano to a contract worth $55-million for 6 years at the start of 2008.

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In the 2008 season - the last season for the Yankees at their famed stadium - Cano had another solid year by New York standards. To cap the year, he had the final walk-off game-winning hit in the bottom of the 9th inning at Yankee Stadium. The next night, Cano recorded the final RBI in the Stadium's history.

Robinson Cano has had an impressive career thus far, becoming the 2004 NY Yankees Minor League Player of the Year; 2005 MLB All-Rookie All-Star; 2005 "This Year in Baseball" Rookie of the Year; 2006 All-Star selection; 2006 Silver Slugger Award; and had his Class-A number retired (17).

Career Stats

  • 289 Runs
  • 640 Hits
  • 60 Home Runs
  • 296 RBI
  • 11 Stolen Bases
  • .303 AVG
  • 142 2B
  • 14 3B

Figure Stats

Figure measures 6 1/2 inches at top of cap.

Articulated at neck and biceps.

Includes 6 3/4-inch wide by 4-inch deep custom base.

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Ken Griffey, Jr.

"Like father, like son." Those were the first words uttered when Ken Griffey, Jr. debuted with the Seattle Mariners in 1989. But Griffey's baseball prowess seemed a little more special than genetics from the start. As fate would have it, Ken Griffey, Jr. was born in the same town and on the same day as MLB Hall of Famer Stan Musial. Coincidence? One look at Griffey's numbers and natural talent would suggest something more mystical took the reigns for this future Hall of Fame player's career.

It is widely stated that without suffering injuries throughout his career, Griffey, Jr. would have gone on to become not only the home run champion (even atop Bonds' suspected steroid-inflated numbers), but the greatest player baseball has ever seen. Griffey has been called "The Kid," "Junior," and even "The Natural," due to his effortless, brilliant swing. Even in 2008 with the Chicago White Sox, years after injury and at 39-years of age, Griffey still amazed fans as his beautiful swing, personified and perfected, continued to launch balls over the outfield wall.

Born on November 21, 1969 in Donora, Pennsylvania, George Kenneth Griffey, Jr. grew up immersed in Major League Baseball. He was a frequent visitor in the dugout during his father's - Ken Griffey, Sr. - stint with the Cincinnati Reds. A young Griffey was always present during the Reds' back-to-back World Series Championships in 1975 and 76. Junior would go on to attend Archbishop Moeller High School where he starred in both baseball and football, and even earned Baseball Player of the Year honors in 1986 and 87.

During the Amateur Draft in 1987, the Seattle Mariners selected Ken Griffey, Jr. with the first overall pick. He spent 2 years in Seattle's farm system before finally making his professional debut with the team in 1989. Griffey's 11-year stat sheet with the Seattle Mariners reads more like a piece of fiction than actual fact. Not only was Griffey's offense a cause to marvel and bow, but his defense in center field became the League's standard. Griffey was known as the game's most dangerous double threat, able to rip a homer at the plate, and then rob one from the field.

In 1991, Griffey Jr. and Sr. become the first father-son duo to ever play on the same team at the same time. Griffey's dominance in baseball peaked at the 1993 Home Run Derby during All-Star weekend, as he launched a ball out of Oriole Park and hit the warehouse. He was the first player to ever hit the warehouse. Griffey's outstanding play continued for the better part of the 90s. In 1997, he annihilated the competition and easily won the MVP award, hitting .304 with 56 home runs and 147 RBI.

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At age 29, Griffey became the 93rd ranked player in baseball history according to The Sporting News' list of 100 Greatest Players. This honor was disputed, however, as the stats gathered from Griffey's career spanned only from 1989 to 1997, but the list wasn't printed until 1999, leaving out 2 of Griffey's greatest - and baseball-leading - seasons.

After losing seasons in Seattle took their toll, Griffey requested and received a trade to the Cincinnati Reds, where he played 7 injury-plagued seasons. His star still shone bright when at full strength, and with each home run, Griffey continued to move up the all-time list. In the 2004 season, Griffey was able to stage off injury long enough to hit his 500th home run. As another example of baseball's relationship with an ironic fate, Griffey's 500th blast happened on Father's Day, with his father in the stands, and also tied Jr. with Sr.'s hit total of 2,143.

On June 9, 2008, Griffey became only the 6th player in history to amass 600 home runs. Griffey would be traded to the Chicago White Sox that same year, where he helped the struggling team make a run for the playoffs. At the end of the season, the White Sox declined to pick up an aging Griffey's $4-million option, and the Hall of Fame shoo-in remains a free agent.

Throughout his career, Griffey Jr. was the league’s MVP (97); a 7-time Silver Slugger Award winner; 10-time Gold Glove Award winner; 13-time All-Star selection; and is the only home run-hitting player of his era to never be accused of steroid use - by the media, fans, or former players.

Career Stats

  • 2,680 Hits
  • 1,612 Runs
  • 611 Home Runs
  • 184 Stolen Bases
  • .288 AVG
  • 503 2B
  • 38 3B
  • .547 SLG

Figure Statd

Figure measures 7 inches at top of helmet.

Articulated at neck and elbows.

Includes 6 1/2-inch wide by 3 1/4-inch deep custom base.

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June 2008

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February 2008

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2007

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  • JOHNNY DAMON 2
  • JONATHAN PAPELBON
  • PRINCE FIELDER
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ 2
  • SCOTT KAZMIR

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July 2007

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 18

  • BRANDON WEBB
  • DAVID ORTIZ 2
  • DAVID WRIGHT
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Release Date

June 2007

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 17

  • JOSH BECKETT 2
  • JIM THOME (White Sox)
  • ROBINSON CANO
  • ERIC CHAVEZ
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  • JOE DIMAGGIO
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2006

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 16

  • CRAIG BIGGIO
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July 2006

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  • ALBERT PUJOLS 2
  • KEN GRIFFEY JR.
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  • JIM THOME
  • BILLY WAGNER
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  • CURT SCHILLING 2

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February 2006

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 14

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2005

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May 2005

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2004

MLB 12-INCH BASEBALL SERIES 1

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November 2004

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  • BOB GIBSON
  • BROOKS ROBINSON
  • NOLAN RYAN
  • REGGIE JACKSON
  • TOM SEAVER
  • YOGI BERRA

Release Date

July 2004

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 10

  • DEREK JETER 2
  • ALBERT PUJOLS 2
  • ANDY PETTITTE
  • MARK MULDER
  • CARLOS DELGADO
  • CURT SCHILLING 2
  • GARRET ANDERSON
  • ROGER CLEMENS
  • RAFAEL PALMEIRO

Release Date

June 2004

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL SERIES 2

  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA/TORII HUNTER
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ/KEN GRIFFEY JR.
  • JORGE POSADA/SCOTT ROLEN
  • CURT SCHILLING/HIDEKI MATSUI
  • MIKE PIAZZA/KERRY WOOD
  • JASON GIAMBI/ALBERT PUJOLS

Release Date

May 2004

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 9

  • ANDRUW JONES
  • DONTRELLE WILLIS
  • MAGGLIO ORDONEZ
  • MARIANO RIVERA
  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA 2
  • TODD HELTON

Release Date

April 2004

3-INCH MLB BASEBALL

  • DEREK JETER/BARRY ZITO
  • SAMMY SOSA/CHIPPER JONES
  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ/ERIC GAGNE
  • ICHIRO/JIM THOME
  • RANDY JOHNSON 2/ALFONSO SORIANO
  • MARK PRIOR/IVAN RODRIGUEZ

Release Date

March 2004

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 8

  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ 2
  • ALFONSO SORIANO 2
  • HIDEKI MATSUI
  • JEFF BAGWELL
  • JOHN SMOLTZ
  • KEVIN BROWN
  • RICHIE SEXSON

Release Date

February 2004

FANFEST 2004: JEFF BAGWELL

FANFEST 2004: ROGER CLEMENS

MLB 2-PACK: TODD HELTON & SAMMY SOSA

MLB 2-PACK: DEREK JETER & NOMAR GARCIAPARRA

2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 7

  • BERNIE WILLIAMS
  • BARRY ZITO
  • MARK PRIOR
  • RANDY JOHNSON 2
  • SCOTT ROLEN
  • TROY GLAUS

Release Date

September 2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 6

  • JIM EDMONDS
  • JORGE POSADA
  • JIM THOME
  • KAZUHISU ISHII
  • LUIS GONZALEZ
  • MIKE SWEENEY
  • SAMMY SOSA 2

Release Date

July 2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 5

  • ALFONSO SORIANO
  • BARRY BONDS 2
  • DEREK LOWE
  • ERIC GAGNE
  • JASON KENDALL
  • MIGUEL TEJADA
  • PAT BURRELL
  • TORII HUNTER

Release Date

June 2003

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 4

  • ERIC HINSKE
  • ICHIRO 2
  • LANCE BERKMAN
  • LARRY WALKER
  • MATT MORRIS
  • TREVOR HOFFMAN

Release Date

March 2003

WORLD SERIES 2002: BARRY BONDS

FANFEST 2003: FRANK THOMAS

FANFEST 2003: SAMMY SOSA

2002

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 3

  • ADAM DUNN
  • CHIPPER JONES
  • CURT SCHILLING
  • JASON GIAMBI
  • JUAN GONZALEZ
  • ROBERTO ALOMAR
  • ROY OSWALT
  • VLADIMIR GUERRERO

Release Date

August 2002

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 2

  • ALEX RODRIGUEZ
  • BARRY BONDS
  • DEREK JETER
  • GREG MADDUX
  • KEN GRIFFEY JR.
  • KERRY WOOD
  • MANNY RAMIREZ
  • NOMAR GARCIAPARRA
  • ROGER CLEMENS

Release Date

June 2002

MLB BASEBALL SERIES 1

  • ALBERT PUJOLS
  • ICHIRO
  • IVAN RODRIGUEZ
  • MIKE PIAZZA
  • PEDRO MARTINEZ
  • RANDY JOHNSON
  • SHAWN GREEN
  • SAMMY SOSA

Release Date

March 2002

BIG LEAGUE CHALLENGE: JASON GIAMBI

BIG LEAGUE CHALLENGE: NOMAR GARCIAPARRA

Player Profiles

John Riggins

Mariano Rivera






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