That year was 1966, and Robinson won the American League MVP, making the first player who won the prestigious award in both leagues. He led the AL in Runs (122), Home Runs (49), RBIs (122), and the Slash Line (.316/.410/.637), and he led Baltimore to their first World Series Title. Robinson was an All-Star that year, and four more times. He would proceed to have three more .300 years, with two of them seeing him hit the 30 Home Run mark. Robinson aided them in winning the 1970 World Series. He left Baltimore when he was traded to the Dodgers in 1971. In the six seasons, he was in Baltimore, Robinson would have a Slash Line of .300/.401/.543 with 882 Hits and 179 Home Runs.Robinson would go into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982 in his first year of eligibility. The Orioles retired his number #20, and along with Brooks Robinson, he would be a charter member of the Orioles Hall of Fame.