A gem in the eyes of every dirt diamond fan, Robinson left his mark on the game, his impact on Orioles fans everywhere and his inscription on this dazzling photograph.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame on Robinson:
Frank Robinson had the ability and intensity on the diamond that few possess. Robinson would crowd the plate like he owned it.
He was recognized as one of the most feared baserunners of his era and showed reckless abandon on the base paths. Robinson broke into the National League as a 20-year-old in 1956 and tied a rookie record with 38 home runs en route to NL Rookie of the Year honors. Over the next decade and a half, Robinson was one of the most feared hitters in the game. He won the Triple Crown in 1966 and was the first player in major league history to win the MVP Award in both leagues. A 12-time All-Star, he also took home World Series MVP honors in 1966 and the All-Star Game MVP Award in 1971.
16x20 photo autographed, framed and matted 26.5x22.25
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