Hall of Fame Outfielder Frank Robinson Dies

Hall of Fame outfielder Frank Robinson has died at the age of 83. Robinson was also MLB's first black manager. He passed away in Los Angeles after a battle with bone cancer. Robinson began his career as an outfielder with the Cincinnati Reds in 1956, where he stayed until 1965. He then played for the Baltimore Orioles before playing for the Dodgers, Angels and Indians. The 60-year hall-of-famer hit 586 home runs and was the only player in history to win Most Valuable Player in both leagues, won the triple crown with the Orioles in 1966 and was named the American League Manager of the Year with the Orioles in 1989. 

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