A Message from the President
Welcome to BaseballAlumni.com, and I hope that you enjoy the information about our organization. Playing in the Major Leagues has been a dream of many and a reality to few. The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) is a place where players and fans are able to interact off the field.
Many baseball fans have fond memories of the game that is America's pastime. There are many opportunities within the Alumni Association for Major Leaguers to join together in camaraderie as well as fans of the game to interact with their heroes and legends of the game.
Baseball-legends.com will update you on the lives of former Major Leaguers by profiling them on their current activities and interests as well as memories and stories from their careers. The best way to get to know us is to get involved by becoming an Alumni member or participating in one of our events. There is a place for everyone to be an Alumni member including former Major League and Minor League players, managers, coaches, front office personnel, scouts, trainers, media and baseball fans.
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Brooks Robinson played third base from 1955-1977 with the Baltimore Orioles. Robinson's career totals include 2,896 games played, a career batting average of .267 with 1,357 RBI and 268 homeruns. Robinson appeared in five American League Championship Series and four World Series. The American League's Most Valuable Player in 1964, he set the standard by which all third baseman whom have followed him are judged. He won an amazing 16 Gold Gloves and for 15 straight seasons was the American League's starting All-Star third baseman. He led American League third basemen in assists eight times and in fielding 11 times. One of the games greatest ambassadors both on and off the field, he was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1983 which drew one of the largest crowds in Cooperstown history and selected to Major League Baseball's All-CenturyTeam.