Frank Robinson

Aug 31, 1935 – Feb 7, 2019 (Age 83)


August 31, 1935
February 7, 2019


Frank Robinson, the first black manager in Major League Baseball, and a Hall of Fame player, died Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 in Los Angeles of bone cancer, according to media sources. He was 83. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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As the family continue to grieve may God continue to be with the family and grant you peace and comfort.

January 9, 2020

Dear Family, Friends, and Neighbors of Mr. Frank Robinson:

I will continue to pray for all of you, during this very difficult time. Frank was a good man, and a great baseball player. My brothers, Steven, and Kevin played Baseball in College. I graduated from Wendell Phillips High School, and Columbia College. I even received a certificate from Goodwill Industries in the year of 1995. Frank will truly be missed by all those people who looked up to him as...

I watched him play baseball when I was a kid.

Thank you Mr Frank Robinson for all your baseball greatness # 20 was my child hood hero when he played for the Baltimore Orioles.. You,,Brooks, , Booge,, Jim Palmer class acts whom none will ever duplicate,, , RIP, , Champ, ,, say hello to Johnny Unitas

He was a childhood hero of mine in Baltimore, along with teammate Brooks (Robinson) and Football's (Colts) Johnny Unitas and Basketball's (Bullets) Wes Unseld. RIP Big Frank!

You were always one of my favorite icons in baseball , but even more you were a friend. I will miss you stopping by my booth at Fenway.

Your friend,
Al Green
Red Sox H.O.F.

Sorry for your loss Robinson family, he will live forever in our hearts and minds. Thanks for sharing him with fans and friends in baseball over the years.

Thanks Mr. Robinson for the cap you gave me in Florida in 1969 I still have it and I'll still keep it in my safe. R.I.P

What great memories of him crowding the plate and winning the Triple Crown in two leagues the only man to do it I believe Reston peas Frank

RIP Frank