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Frank Robinson Taken To Hospital After Experiencing Dizziness

According to several reports, Frank Robinson, an MLB legend and the former manager of the Washington Nationals, was taken to the hospital after experiencing dizziness at an owners' meeting earlier today. Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times was the first to report the news:

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MLB Hall of Famer Frank Robinson taken to hospital after experiencing dizziness and irregular heartbeat at owners mtg in Scottsdale AZ

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An MLB spokesman said that Robinson was "alert and conscious," according to Shaikin.

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Robinson, 75, last managed the Nationals during the 2006 season. He currently works for Bud Selig in the MLB office, which explains why he was at the meetings.

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Our best wishes go out to Robinson for a speedy recovery. Here's hoping that it is not that serious.

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