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Frequently Asked Questions

When was Bobby Robinson born?

Bobby Robinson was born on October 25, 1903.

Where was Bobby Robinson born?

Bobby Robinson was born in Whistler, AL.

How tall was Bobby Robinson?

Bobby Robinson was 5-10 (178 cm) tall.

How much did Bobby Robinson weigh when playing?

Bobby Robinson weighed 155 lbs (70 kg) when playing.

How many seasons did Bobby Robinson play?

Bobby Robinson played 12 seasons.

Is Bobby Robinson in the Hall of Fame?

Bobby Robinson has not been elected into the Hall of Fame.

What position did Bobby Robinson play?

Bobby Robinson was a Third Baseman and Shortstop.

How many hits did Bobby Robinson have?

Bobby Robinson had 454 hits over his career.

How many home runs did Bobby Robinson have?

Bobby Robinson had 9 home runs over his career.

What was Bobby Robinson's average?

Bobby Robinson had a .247 average over his career.

How many teams has Bobby Robinson played for?

Bobby Robinson played for 10 teams; the Indianapolis ABCs, Birmingham Black Barons, Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars, Cleveland Stars, Cleveland Red Sox, Nashville Elite Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, St. Louis Stars and St. Louis-New Orleans Stars.

When did Bobby Robinson retire?

Bobby Robinson last played in 1940.

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