Brooks Robinson

Won the Golden Glove 16 consecutive times
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Named the World Series Most Valuable Player in 1970, Brooks Robinson played baseball for the Baltimore Orioles for 22 years. During his prestigious career with the Orioles, he was named MVP for the All Star Game in 1966 and received 16 consecutive Gold Gloves as the best third baseman in the American League. Before retiring in 1977, Brooks received the Roberto Clemente Award for the player who best exemplifies the game of baseball both on and off the field. He was the first player elected to the Orioles Hall of Fame in 1977, and in 1983 he was inducted into the major League Baseball Hall of Fame.