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January 28, 1958 > Brooklyn Dodgers catcher Roy Campanella is paralyzed in an early morning car accident, ending his brilliant career. In 10 seasons with the Dodgers, Campy hit 242 home runs and was a three-time National League MVP. Prior to his Major League career, Campanella starred with the Baltimore Elite Giants of the Negro Leagues.