Everybody in uniform at the Tampa Bay Rays game Monday against the Red Sox at Fenway Park wore the number ''42'' as Major League Baseball celebrated its fifth annual Jackie Robinson Day.
Fans will see more of that number on jerseys before the next couple of days are out. All the teams in action - there were eight night games on the schedule, in addition to the Rays-Red Sox day game - were asked to wear Robinson's number on the 66th anniversary of his breaking the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Teams that didn't play on Monday planned to pay tribute Tuesday.
The anniversary is drawing special attention this year with the release of the film ''42'' about Robinson, which went into wide release over the weekend.
''We had a screening down in spring training,'' Rays manager Joe Maddon said. ''It was open to all of our personnel.''
More than 100 players and other club employees watched the film at a theater in Port Charlotte, Fla., the Rays' spring training site, ''and I thin...