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1982: Frank Robinson & Hank Aaron go into The Hall of Fame

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On August 1, 1982, Frank Robinson and Hank Aaron went into The Hall of Fame.  They were two of the greatest players of the post-war era.    

Robinson and Aaron broke into the majors in the 1950s.    

Robinson finished his career with a .294 average, 586 HR and 1,812 RBI.    He won the 1961 NL MVP and 1966 AL MVP.   He played in 5 World Series, 1 with the Reds and 4 with the Orioles.    

Aaron left the game with a .305 batting average, 755 HR, 2,297 RBI & 3,771 hits.   He was the 1957 NL MVP or the same year that the Braves won the World Series.    

Aaron and Robinson, two of my favorites!



Written by scantojr

August 1, 2016 at 7:00 am

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