Frank Robinson (1934 - 2019)

  • "I was a 5 year old kid in 1956 and my Dad took me to..."
    - Karen Jerbic
  • "Frank was one of my childhood heroes. My buddies and I used..."
    - Larry Jennings
  • "Rip Frank fond memories "
    - Ron Teat
  • "Longtime Fan RIP"
    - Deborah Robinson-Scott
  • "My condolence to the family of Mr. Robinson may his..."
    - B. Littlejohn

Frank Robinson (Louis Requena / MLB Photos via Getty Images) Frank Robinson in the 2019 Memorials Photo Gallery Enlarged Photo
Frank Robinson was Major League Baseball's first black manager. That groundbreaking distinction came after a notable playing career, beginning in 1956 with the Cincinnati Reds. He was Rookie of the Year and went on to play for the Reds until 1965. Traded to the Baltimore Orioles, he excelled for six seasons, including two World Series wins and a World Series MVP Award in 1966. In 1975, Robinson became manager of the Cleveland Indians, breaking the color barrier. He went on to manage the San Francisco Giants, the Orioles, and the Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals.

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