September 11, 1956 in History
Event:
Cincinnati Red Frank Robinson ties rookie record with his 38th home run




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Frank Robinson History:
May 14, 1994 - Dave Winfield passes Frank Robinson for 12th on RBI list with 1,617
April 12, 1988 - Frank Robinson replaces Cal Ripken as manager of Baltimore Orioles
June 19, 1977 - Indians fire manager Frank Robinson and replace him with Jeff Torborg
September 18, 1976 - Cleveland manager Frank Robinson last game as a player
April 8, 1975 - Frank Robinson debuts as 1st black baseball manager (Cleveland, beats New York 5-3)
October 3, 1974 - Frank Robinson becomes baseball's 1st black manager with the Cleveland Indians
September 19, 1973 - Frank Robinson homers in record 32nd ML park in Arlington, Texas
November 28, 1972 - Los Angeles Dodgers trade Frank Robinson to California Angels
September 13, 1971 - Frank Robinson hits his 500th home run
July 13, 1971 - All star MVP: Frank Robinson for the Baltimore Orioles
June 26, 1970 - Frank Robinson hits 2 grand slams as Orioles beat Senators 12-2
May 8, 1966 - Only home run ever hit out of Baltimore's Memorial Park (Frank Robinson)
December 9, 1965 - Frank Robinson is traded from Cincinnati to the Orioles
November 8, 1964 - Orioles Frank Robinson unanimous choice as AL MVP
November 22, 1961 - Frank Robinson is 1st to win MVPs in both major leagues
August 22, 1959 - Cincinnati Red Frank Robinson hits 3 consecutive home runs
December 1, 1956 - Frank Robinson (NL) and Luis Aparicio (AL) voted Rookie of the Year
April 28, 1956 - Reds Frank Robinson hits his 1st of 586 home runs
August 31, 1935 - Frank Robinson, baseball player/manager, MVP 1961-NL 1966-AL


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