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June 27, 2006


During his tenure in Montreal, Fank Robinson was a victim. There is nothing he could have done that would have erased from the fans mind the fact that he represented Bud Zelig, the man they blame (and rightly so), for the demise of the club and its upcoming departure.

The use of Robinson's stature and position in baseball history as tool to legitimize the events that surrounded the Loria and MLB ownership fiascos was dishonest to Montreal, its fans, but most of all to Robinson himself.

In the end though, he only has to blame himself for letting Zelig take advantage of him the way he did.

Denis - MTL

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