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[post_page_title]Frank Robinson[/post_page_title]
Year: 1956
Team:Cincinnati Reds
When Frank Robinson made his debut for the Cincinnati Reds in 1956, the team was in a slump, to say the least. Cincinnati hadn’t enjoyed a winning record for over a decade. Enter Robinson, who during his rookie season knocked 38 runs out of the park. Robinson would go on to tally 122 runs, 166 hits and 83 RBI, during his rookie season, batting .290/.379/.558. His 122 runs were the most in the league that season.

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