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  1. Q&A: Frank Robinson.(BASEBALL)(Interview): An article from: The Sporting News by Ken Rosenthal, 2005-05-20
  2. Frank Robinson (Baseball Legends) by Norman L. Macht, Chelsea Editors, 1991-01
  3. Tulsa Oilers (Baseball) Players: Frank Robinson, Steve Carlton, Warren Spahn, Jim Bibby, Dizzy Dean, Joe Nuxhall, Bobby Tolan, Joe Black
  4. Major League Baseball Managers: Frank Robinson, Yogi Berra, Casey Stengel, Sparky Anderson, Mickey Cochrane, Leo Durocher
  5. My Life Is Baseball by Frank Robinson, 1968-06
  6. Major League Baseball Bench Coaches: Frank Robinson, Yogi Berra, Paul Molitor, Don Mattingly, Tim Raines, Eddie Murray, Joe Girardi
  7. My Life is Baseball by Frank with SILVERMAN, Al. ROBINSON, 1975
  8. My Life Is Baseball by Frank; with Silverman, Al Robinson, 1968
  9. Extra Innings by Frank Robinson, Berry Stainback, 1988-06
  10. New York Giants: An Informal History of a Great Baseball Club (Writing Baseball) by Mr. Frank Graham Jr., 2002-04-01
  11. Robinson, Frank (1935): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by Kevin O'Connor, 2000
  12. Major League Baseball Hitting Coaches: Reggie Jackson, Joe Dimaggio, Frank Robinson, Yogi Berra, Mark Mcgwire, Don Mattingly, Jim Rice
  13. Major League Baseball Player-managers: Pete Rose, Cy Young, Frank Robinson, Christy Mathewson, Mickey Cochrane, Branch Rickey, Hughie Jennings
  14. Major League Baseball Players Who Have Hit for the Cycle: Frank Robinson, George Brett, Cal Ripken, Jr., Ian Kinsler, Stan Musial

41. Robinson Frank Adu Credits
Robinson Frank Adu Credits on 400 Screens, 400 Blows 'Social Network' Outraces 'Life' and 'Secretariat' Box Office Report October 810

42. Robinson Frank Adu Filmography
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43. Robinson Frank Counselor Consultant Clinical Social Worker In Seattle, WA 98125
Robinson Frank Counselor Consultant is a Clinical Social Worker at 155 Northeast 100th Street Seattle, WA. provides reviews, contact information, driving

44. Robinson, Frank 1935– - Contemporary Black Biography | HighBeam Research - FRE
Robinson, Frank 1935– find Contemporary Black Biography articles. div id= bedoc-text h1Frank Robinson 1935–/h1 pbProfessional baseball player, coach, manager/b

45. Kathi Robinson Frank - The Yeats Series
Kathi Robinson Frank is a mixed media artist and creator of the Yeats series.
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46. Robinson, Frank - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
Full Name Frank Robinson. Nationality American Activity American athlete. Born 3108-1935

47. Robinson Frank Counselor Consultant Counselor In Seattle, WA 98125
Robinson Frank Counselor Consultant is a Counselor at 155 Northeast 100th Street Seattle, WA. provides reviews, contact information, driving directions and the

48. - Biography - Frank Robinson
This document is a biography of baseball player Frank Robinson, with his complete career statistics. It is a page in the biography section of, the largest
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Robinson, Frank
b. Aug. 31, 1935, Beaumont, TX
Career Hitting Record Other Resources Robinson joined the NL's Cincinnati Reds in 1956, hit 38 home runs and led the league in runs scored with 122, and was named the league's rookie of the year. He led the NL in slugging with a .595 percentage in 1960 and with a .611 percentage in 1961, when he batted .323 with 37 home runs and 124 RBI to win the most valuable player award. However, he hit only .200 in Cincinnati's five-game loss to the New York Yankees in the World Series. Robinson had an even better year in 1962, batting .342 with 39 home runs and 136 RBI and leading the league with a .624 slugging percentage, 134 runs scored, and 51 doubles. His production dropped somewhat, in part because of injuries, during the next three seasons and an arrest for carrying a concealed weapon got him in trouble with Cincinnati management. The Reds traded him to the Baltimore Orioles in 1966 and he responded with the best season of his career. Robinson won the triple crown with a .316 average, 49 home runs, and 122 RBI, also leading the AL with 122 runs scored and a .637 slugging percentage. Robinson was named most valuable player for that performance, becoming the only man ever to win the MVP award in both leagues. He was also named male athlete of the year by the Associated Press.

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