Robinson’s journey in Brooklyn culminated in 1955, when the aging star helped the Dodgers to a World Series victory over the hated Yankees. Considered by many to be the most historically significant figure of the 20th Century, no collection, be it advanced or amateur, should be without a Robinson card. No single individual ever had a greater impact on society than the man who symbolically broke the color barrier in baseball . . . and ultimately the color barrier in society.