Baseball legend Frank Robinson has reportedly died at the age of 83 in Los Angeles.
Robinson, Major League Baseball’s first black manager, spent 60 years in the Majors as a Hall of Fame manager and player. He was the first player to win MVP in both leagues, and hit for the Triple Crown in 1966 with the Baltimore Orioles.
Most recently Robinson had been working as a special advisor to MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred. He had been battling bone cancer.
Robinson is survived by his wife, Barbara, a son and a daughter.