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Frank Robinson

1956 - 1976

2808 games, 586 home runs, .294 batting average

Putting up excellent numbers in both the National and American League, Robinson played 10 years for the Reds before being traded to the Orioles. He hit 30 or more homers in seven of his 10 seasons, including a rookie record of 38 on his way to the National League's Rookie of the Year Award in 1956. After hitting .323 with 37 homers and 124 RBI to lead the Reds to their first World Series appearance in 21 years, Robinson was awarded the NL Most Valuable Player Award in 1961. His number 20 was officially retired in 1998.

Manager Sparky Anderson
First Baseman Tony Perez
Second Baseman Joe Morgan
Third Baseman Pete Rose
Shortstop Barry Larkin
Left Fielder George Foster
Center Fielder Vada Pinson
Right Fielder Frank Robinson
Catcher Johnny Bench
RH Pitcher Eppa Rixey
LH Pitcher Don Gullett
Closer Clay Carroll

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