Hall of Fame baseball player Frank Robinson, the major league’s first African American manager, dies at 83 – The Washington Post

Frank Robinson burst into the national consciousness during his first season with the Cincinnati Reds in 1956, winning the NL’s rookie of the year. Robinson was named the MVP in both leagues. In 1975, he became baseball’s first black manager with the Cleveland Indians.

Source: Hall of Fame baseball player Frank Robinson, the major league’s first African American manager, dies at 83 - The Washington Post

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