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All Time Right Fielder

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Frank Robinson

1956 - 1976

2808 games, 586 home runs, .294 batting average

The trade that brought Frank Robinson from Cincinnati to Baltimore transformed the Orioles from contenders to World Champions in 1966. One of the game's greatest players, he was the 1956 NL Rookie of the Year with the Reds and is the only player to win MVP honors in both leagues ('61 NL, '66 AL). An 11 time All Star, Robinson was the first Oriole to have his number (20) formally retired immediately after he was traded to the Dodgers in 1971. He became the first black manager in major league history with the Cleveland Indians in 1975. He later managed the San Francisco Giants and the Orioles before moving on to manage the Expos/Nationals.


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Manager Earl Weaver
First Baseman Eddie Murray
Second Baseman Roberto Alomar
Third Baseman Brooks Robinson
Shortstop Cal Ripken Jr.
Left Fielder Brady Anderson
Center Fielder Paul Blair
Right Fielder Frank Robinson
Catcher Rick Dempsey
RH Pitcher Jim Palmer
LH Pitcher Dave McNally
Closer Gregg Olson
Designated Hitter Ken Singleton

Harold Baines, Steve Barber, Tony Batista, Mark Belanger, Larry Bigbie, Mike Boddicker, Mike Bordick, Don Buford, Al Bumbry, Daniel Cabrera, Jeff Conine, Marty Cordova, Mike Cuellar, Omar Daal, Doug DeCinces, Scott Erickson, Mike Flanagan, Brook Fordyce, Jim Gentile, Jay Gibbons, Geronimo Gil, Pete Gray, Bobby Grich, Jeremy Guthrie, Jerry Hairston, Dick Hall, Ramon Hernandez, Chris Hoiles, Davey Johnson, Jason Johnson, Jorge Julio, Javy Lopez, Rodrigo Lopez, John Lowenstein, Nick Markakis, Dennis Martinez, Lee May, Scott McGregor, Melvin Mora, Mike Mussina, Satchel Paige, Rafael Palmeiro, Milt Pappas, Sidney Ponson, Boog Powell, Chris Richard, Gary Roenicke, David Segui, Urban Shocker, Chris Singleton, George Sisler, Sammy Sosa, Vern Stephens, Steve Stone, Miguel Tejada, Gus Triandos, Ken Williams

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