Major leaguers across baseball today will be wearing the No. 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson. The Hall of Fame second baseman was the first player to break baseball's color barrier, making him perhaps the most important player in MLB history. Robinson's struggle is portrayed in ''42,'' a movie starring Chadwick Boseman as Robinson and Harrison Ford as Dodgers president and GM Branch Rickey. Our writers have been covering the movie, from its director to its realism to the legacy of Robinson's family. Their take? "42" isn't perfect, but it's definitely an important film.