Obviously a joke answer. Doug Williams was a quarterback in the NFL for Tampa Bay and Washington, and was the Super Bowl MVP for the Redskins.
The first African-American to play Major League Baseball in the modern era was, of course, Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers who joined the team for the start of the 1947 season and spent his entire career, ten years, with the Dodgers.
Jackie was the first African American to play in the major leagues in the modern era. Kaitie G. , Louisiana
Jackie Robinson, who broke baseball's color line with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. The first African-American credited with playing professional baseball was Moses Fleetwood Walker.
Moses Fleetwood "Fleet" Walker (October 7, 1857 - May 11, 1924) was an American Major League Baseball player and author who is credited with being the first African American to play at the Major League level.
Jackie Robinson- Brooklyn Dodgers.
1947. Jackie Robinson was the first African American to play major league baseball
yes he was in the united state
The dividing line between the races. In the early years of baseball, there were separate leagues, the Negro Leagues, for the African-American players. Jackie Robinson was the first to play in what is now Major League Baseball.
Because he was the first African American player in baseball history
No. In the modern era, Jackie Robinson was the first African American to play in the Major Leagues.
Jackie Robinson is a hero. He was the first African American to play in the Major Baseball leagues.
Jackie Robinson is the first African America to play in the majors.
Jackie Robinson was a Major League Baseball player who played 2nd base for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He is famous because in April of 1947, he broke baseball's color barrier by becoming the first ever African American to play in a Major League Baseball game for a Major League Baseball team.
Jackie Robinson contribute to the African American history by being the one breaking the color barrier on baseball.