Game 9: Dodgers 5, Seattle Mariners 2.

Jackie Robinson

Dodgers players and coaches wear their number 42 jerseys during pregame ceremonies on Jackie Robinson Day on Wednesday. (Photo by Michael Owen Baker/Staff photographer)

There was enough pomp and circumstance Wednesday at Dodger Stadium to fill — well, Dodger Stadium. It was the Civil Rights Game, on Jackie Robinson Day, with every player wearing number 42. The Dodgers honored Robinson with their play as much as their words.

Robinson Cano — who, ironically, is named for number 42 — could not say the same thing.

The game story is here. The box score is here. The photo gallery is here.

The biggest news might have come before the game, when president Stan Kasten (sitting with commissioner Rob Manfred, Rachel Robinson and Magic Johnson) announced that a Robinson statue would be the first in a series at Dodger Stadium.

Online auction features Sandy Koufax rookie card.

Sandy Koufax rookie card Sandy Koufax rookie card back

A Sandy Koufax rookie card from 1955, and a Jackie Robinson card from the same set, are currently up for auction at LoveOfTheGameAuctions.com.

The 1955 Topps partial mid-grade set has been broken into multiple lots. Check out the Koufax rookie (current bid: $225), the Robinson card (current bid: $110), and the rest of the lots.

The auction closes Saturday at 6 p.m. Pacific Time.

More info: info@loveofthegameauctions.com