Frank Robinson Is A 2-Time Most Valuable Player!!!
Any player, in the right circumstance, can be a contender for the MVP award.
But it is the highly skilled player that can be a challenger for the award on an annual basis that separates himself from the pack.
Over the course of his 21-year career, 20 of which were full-time, Robinson finished in the Top 10 for the MVP award nine times. Truly ahead of 99% of his peers, Robinson was able to do it in both leagues as well.
Ultimately, he won the award twice, once in 1961 with the Reds and then again in 1966 with the Orioles. As a matter of fact, Frank Robinson was the first player in major league history to win the MVP Award in both leagues.