Frank led the National League in intentional walks for 4 consecutive years (1961-1964) and finished in the top-ten 6 other times.
Frank won the 1958 Gold Glove Award and the 1966 AL Triple Crown.
Robinson is one of twenty players in Major League Baseball to hit more than 500 career home runs. He finished with 586 and had a career high of 49 in 1966.
Robinson played in the World Series five times (1961, 1966 and 1969-1971).
Frank led the league with 122 RBI's in 1966.
Frank led the league with 49 home runs in 1966.
Frank led the league with 51 doubles in 1962.
Frank led the league with 367 total bases in 1966.
Frank led the league in runs scored three times (122 in 1956, 134 in 1962 and 122 in 1966).
Robinson led the league in slugging percentage 4 times which included .595 in 1960, .611 in 1961, .624 in 1962 and a career high .637 in 1966.
On August 1, 1982, Frank was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Frank was a member of the United States Marine Corp.
Frank was the first player to win the MVP Award in each league.
Frank played his last MLB game on September 18, 1976.
Frank played his first MLB game on April 17, 1956.
Robinson: The fan is the one who suffers. He cheers a guy to a .350 season then watches that player sign with another team. When you destroy fan loyalties, you destroy everything.
Robinson: It's nice to come into a town and be referred to as the manager of the Cleveland Indians instead of as the first black manager.
Robinson: Pitchers did me a favor when they knocked me down. It made me more determined. I wouldn't let that pitcher get me out.
Robinson: Close don't count in baseball. Close only counts in horseshoes and grenades.