A crowd-sourced look at Frank Robinson, the person

Brian Tinsman
February 07, 2019 - 7:29 pm

Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports


In the coming days, much will be said and written about Frank Robinson, about his legendary play to his barrier-breaking career.

He gave the game of baseball, particularly in the mid-Atlantic region, so much of himself. But also left a mark on the fans he encountered across the decades.

Here's a small sampling of the stories that have come from the masses, all of which give Robinson the third dimension of humanity. 

This is a look at Frank Robinson, the person:

This last tweet seems a bit unlikely, but now seems like the right time to ask:

Follow Brian Tinsman and 106.7 The Fan on Twitter.

Related: Frank Robinson, Nats' first skipper, dead at 83