- Cincinnati Reds, 1956-65
- Baltimore Orioles, 1966-71
- Los Angeles Dodgers, 1973-74
- Cleveland Indians, 1974-76
Raised in Oakland, Frank Robinson was a baseball star at McClymonds High School before joining the Cincinnati Reds, where he was selected National League Rookie of the Year. A member of the Reds for 10 years and the Baltimore Orioles for six, Robinson holds the distinction of being the first player to win baseball’s MVP award in both the American and National Leagues, of making five World Series appearances with the Reds and the Orioles, and of playing in 11 All-Star games. He has a lifetime batting average of .294, hitting 586 home runs and 528 doubles. Robinson led the National League in slugging percentage three years straight, from 1960 to 1962. He was elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 1982.
Inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1983.
Plaque location: Oakland Coliseum