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- Aaron Robinson: Aaron Andrew Robinson, was an American professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as a catcher from 1943 to 1951 for the Chicago White Sox, the Detroit Tigers, the New York Yankees, and the Boston Red Sox. Robinson's tenure with the Yankees spanned the gap between the careers of Yankee Hall of Fame catchers Bill Dickey and Yogi Berra.
- Aaron Robinson is an American composer, conductor, and musicologist. He is the author of Does God Sing? – A Musical Journey. He created the musical work Black Nativity – In Concert: A Gospel Celebration. He also served as conductor and musical director in the PBS documentary On This Island. In 2013, he was nominated for an Emmy Award for composing Maine Public Broadcasting Network's Maine Arts series theme music.
- Aaron Robinson is a film editor and visual effects artist and film producer.
- profession: Visual effects artist, film editor, film producer
- Aaron Robinson is a musical artist.
- profession: Musician
- member of musical group He's My Brother She's My Sister (Guitar)
- Aaron Robinson is the son of basketball coach Craig Robinson.
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Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
Amanda Aaron Robinson, Bill (Luther) “Bojangles” (b Richmond, Va., 25 May 1878 ...
The Yankee Encyclopedia (2003)
by Mark Gallagher
Allie Richardson, Bobby Righetti, Dave Rivera, Mariano Rivers, Mickey Rizzuto , Phil Robertson, Andre Robertson, Gene Robinson, Aaron Robinson, Eddie Rodriguez, Aurelio Rogers, Kenny Rogers, Tom Rolfe, Red Rosar, Buddy Ruether, ...
by Emmett G. Price, III, Tammy Kernodle, Horace Maxille
Leslie McLin, Lena Guthrie, Woody/Gerike Copland, Aaron Robinson, Earl Parks/Gerike Parks Parks Simpson-Curenton Singleton/Carman Moore Moore Hogan Dawson Thomas, ...
A Cyclopedic Reference to More Than 7,000 Words, Names, Phrases, and Slang Expressions that Define the Game, Its Heritage, Culture, and Variations by Paul Dickson
notes the term was coined by New York Yankees catcher Aaron Robinson in the 1940s: "The term alludes to near beer, a weakened type of brew that contains only 3.2 percent ...
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