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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Frank Robinson
The Baseball Hall of Fame plaques of former sluggers Henry Aaron and Frank Robinson are going on the road for the first time.
Everyone is applauding Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter for making an Orioles minor leaguer who didn't know who Frank Robinson was write a report about the Hall of Famer. I think it's a great idea — so I am assigning the same lesson to the Lerner family.
Josh Hart needed a history lesson at spring training.
Before Game 3 of the National League Division Series, Ian Desmond got to speak to Frank Robinson, the ex-Washington manager who was set to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Hall of Famer Frank Robinson was taken by ambulance to a hospital Thursday with dizziness and a rapid heartbeat, underwent tests and then returned to a hotel where baseball owners met.
Hall of Famer Frank Robinson was hospitalized Thursday because of a rapid heartbeat and dizziness, and later returned to a hotel to meet with baseball executives.
"I got checked out very thoroughly today and they gave me a clean bill of health," he said, "but I'll do it as a backup myself for my own satisfaction.
Robinson said he had never had never felt his heart race like that before.