Brooks Robinson

United States

Baseball

B: May 18, 1937

Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Widely acclaimed for his fielding, Brooks Robinson played his entire major league career with the Baltimore Orioles from 1955 through 1977. He played in 18 All-Star Games and was the M.V.P. on the All-Star Game in 1966. The American League M.V.P. in 1964 and World Series M.V.P. in 1970. Robinson won 16 Gold Glove awards, a record. His career totals were a .267 batting average, 2,848 hits, 268 home runs and 1,357 R.B.I. Robinson was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1983 and was selected to the Major League Baseball All-Century Team.


SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1974 Preliminary 3

9

9

$1,000

None
1978 Preliminary 3
5
21
$2,100
N/A
TOTALS

 

30

$3,100

0


PERSONAL BESTS 
Tennis

3rd

1974 Preliminary 3
Swimming - 50 Meters
46.19
1974 Preliminary 3
Weight Lifting
160
1974 Preliminary 3
Golf - 9 holes

47

1974 Preliminary 3
Bowling
159
1974 Preliminary 3
Obstacle Course
52.93
1974 Preliminary 3
Points Scored

21

1978 Preliminary 3

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