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MLB Hall of Famer Frank Robinson dead at 83

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10 days ago - Thursday 2/7/19 - 2:25:41 PM EST (GMT-5)
Prolific slugger. Quintessential hard-ass player and manager. Baseball trailblazer.

Frank Robinson, who died in Los Angeles after a battle with bone cancer, was all of those things in a 60-year Hall-of-Fame career during which he hit (10th all-time) 586 home runs, was the only player in history to win Most Valuable Player awards in both leagues, became the first black manager in major league history, won the Triple Crown with the Orioles in 1966 and, as both a player and later-life MLB dean of discipline, was a vigorous proponent of how the game was supposed to be played.

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10 days ago - Thursday 2/7/19 - 2:35:02 PM EST (GMT-5)




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