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Brooks Robinson

EDNA — Brooks “Crazy Horse” Robinson, 53, of Edna, TX passed away on Jan. 22, 2022. Visitation will be held 5-7 PM Fri., Jan. 28, 2022 at Cook-Butler Funeral Home. Graveside services are scheduled 12 PM Sat., Jan. 29, 2022 at Mt. Olive Cemetery. Final arrangements entrusted to Cook-Butler Funeral Home 361-782-3821.
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Brooks Robinson recovering after surgery

Just over a week ago, Brooks Robinson fell at his home and broke his left arm. After a successful surgery at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, he is on his way to a full recovery. His spirits are high as he continues his rehabilitation. He thanks everyone for their well wishes.
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Baltimore Orioles legend Brooks Robinson suffers fall at home, breaks arm, has surgery

Baltimore Orioles legend Brooks Robinson recently suffered a broken left arm after a fall at his home, but his family said the 84-year-old is doing well. “Just over a week ago, Brooks Robinson fell at his home and broke his left arm,” his family said in a statement. “After a successful surgery at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, he is on his way to a full recovery. His spirits are high as he continues his rehabilitation. He thanks everyone for their well wishes.”
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Orioles’ bullpen fails for 3rd straight game; Mullins joins 20-20 club; Brooks Robinson recovering from fall

Brandon Hyde got a quality start from Jorge López, and then the third horrible eighth inning of the weekend sent the Orioles to another exasperating defeat. In three eighth innings, the Orioles allowed 16 runs. On Sunday, they entered the inning with a 5-3 lead, and six runs later, they were on their way to their fifth straight loss, 9-6 to the Tampa Bay Rays before 10,576 at Oriole Park.
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Before Mike Schmidt, Adrián Beltré and Nolan Arenado, there was Brooks Robinson. The man who became known as the “Human Vacuum Cleaner,” Robinson played third base like a maestro. And he did it year after year, for more than two decades spent entirely in Baltimore. Still rightfully regarded as one of the best defensive players in baseball history -- at any position -- Robinson set a standard at the hot corner that will be followed for years to come.
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