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Everett A. Robinson
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 1", Weight 175 lb.
- Born October 12, 1916 in Hobart, IN USA
- Died August 29, 1994
First Baseman Everett Robinson played in the minors from 1935 to 1956. He played in the International League in 1943, hitting .228 and played in A ball from 1948 to 1951. The rest of his career was spent mainly at the class-C level. A first baseman, he hit .276 with 146 home runs, 453 doubles and 120 triples over the course of his career. He also collected 2,123 hits in the 2,140 games in which he played. In 1955, with the Bisbee-Douglas Copper Kings, Robinson hit .355 with 12 home runs and 32 doubles in 414 at-bats.
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1951||Grand Rapids Jets||Central League||36-60||5th||Chicago Cubs||replaced Jack Knight (17-22) on June 6|
|1952||Madisonville Miners||KITTY League||65-55||3rd||Chicago White Sox||League Champs|
|1953||Madisonville Miners||KITTY League||67-53||2nd||Chicago White Sox||Lost in 1st round|
|1954||Magic Valley Cowboys||Pioneer League||67-65||5th||Chicago Cubs|
|1955||Bisbee-Douglas Copper Kings||Arizona-Mexico League||63-77||6th||none|
|1956||Midland Indians||Southwestern League||--||none||-||replaced by Rudy Briner July 7|
|1957||Crowley Millers||Evangeline League||63-47||2nd||Kansas City A's||none|
|1958||Waycross Braves||Georgia-Florida League||47-80||5th||Milwaukee Braves|
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