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From BR Bullpen
Henry Frazier Robinson (Pep, Shoe, Hank)
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 178 lb.
Frazier debuted with the Kansas City Monarchs in 1942, replacing the injured Joe Greene late in the season. With Greene back, Robinson did not play in the 1942 Negro World Series. He split 1943 between the Monarchs, New York Black Yankees and Baltimore Elite Giants before joining the US Navy.
Exiting the Navy after World War II, Robinson backed up Bob Clark with Baltimore in 1946. He became a starter at age 38 in 1948 and ended his career by hitting .225 in 1950. He was a teammate of his brother's in 1946-1947.
Frazier was noted for his trouble hitting the curveball.