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A young boy and his deaf father bond over baseball as they root for Jackie Robinson and the Dodgers to win the pennant. It was Opening Day, 1947. And every kid in Brooklyn knew this was our year. The Dodgers were going to go all the way!
A young boy listens eagerly to the games on the radio, using sign language to tell his deaf father about every new development. Getting into the spirit, his father begins to keep a scrapbook, clipping newspaper articles and photos about Jackie. One day, the father has big news: they’re going to Ebbets field to watch Jackie play in person! 

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