Baseball is often referred to as the great American pastime. Jackie Robinson was the first black ballplayer to play Major League Baseball, opening the door for future Hall of Famers like Hank Aaron and Willie Mays. His place in history however, goes well beyond the ball field. He opened doors to other athletes, doctors, lawyers and even the White House. FoxNews' Ed Henry, author of the best selling book 42Faith, joins Tim and talks Robinson's place in history.