MLB The Show studio donates $875K to Jackie Robinson Foundation
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LOS ANGELES — On the occasion of Rachel Robinson’s 100th birthday — which she shared with the 92nd annual All-Star Game on Tuesday — Sony made a generous contribution in support of the life’s work of Jackie Robinson’s widow.

San Diego Studio — the PlayStation Studios’ development team that produces Major League Baseball’s sole video game series, MLB The Show — donated more than $875,000 to the Jackie Robinson Foundation, which since Rachel founded it in 1973 has administered one of the nation’s premier scholarship and professional development programs for college students from a minority background.

 

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