1960 began a 15-year run of All-Star Games, and a 16-year streak of Gold Glove wins. All discussions about Robinson begin with his glove. He would lead the American League in Defensive bWAR twice and was in the top five, seven other times. He led all AL Third Baseman in Fielding Percentage eleven times, Total Zone Runs eight times, and Range Factor per Game four times.
Robinson batted .300 twice, with five other years reaching .280. He grew his power game to contribute six 20 Home Run Seasons, and in 1964, he would leas the American League in RBIs (118), and had his best year with Home Runs (28) and Batting Average (.317). That year, Robinson won the MVP and was in the second runner-up and runner-up the two years that followed. He also had two other top five finished in his career.
The master of the hot corner aided the Orioles in winning the 1966 and 1970 World Series, winning the World Series MVP in the latter. Overall, he batted .303 in the post-season with 22 RBIs.Robinson's play diminished, and he retired in 1977. He retired with 2,848 Hits, 268 Home Runs, and 1,357 RBIs. After his retirement, Robinson’s number 5 was retired by the team. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983, in his first year of eligibility.