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Rockies fans Todd Grover, 36,cq, left, of Golden, shows his 4-yr-old son, Ryan Grover, cq, second from left, the statue "The Player" as Colorado Rockies guest relations Ginny Morrow, cq, second from left, and Billy Wood, cq, far right, take a look as well. The statue was dedicated in the name of the late Branch Rickey by the Rotary Club of Denver on Wednesday, June 1, 2005. Branch Rickey, known as "Mr. Baseball" became the first manager to break the color barrier by signing Jackie Robinson in 1945. The award in his name sponsored by the Rotary Club since 1922 is given each year to humanitarians in major league baseball. The statuette of "The Player" was sculpted by artist George Lundeen. (RODOLFO GONZALEZ/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) ** Todd Grover, 36, cq, Ryan Grover, 4, cq, Ginny Morrow, cq, Billy Wood, cq, Branch Rickey, cq, (program) George Lundeen, (program) Jackie Robinson, program, since 1922, program

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