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03/02/2007 1:19 PM ET
Frank Robinson to rejoin Commissioner's Office
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Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced today that Hall of Famer and former Washington Nationals manager Frank Robinson will rejoin the Commissioner's Office as a Special Advisor to the Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations, effective March 5th, 2007.

Robinson, who served as Baseball's Vice President for On-Field Operations from 2000-02, will report directly to Jimmie Lee Solomon, MLB's Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations, and advise Solomon on a variety of baseball matters.

Commissioner Selig said: "I am delighted that Frank has decided to rejoin us at Major League Baseball. Besides being a baseball legend, Frank has a wealth of knowledge about the game from every conceivable point of view. We are grateful to have the opportunity once again to tap into his knowledge and experience."

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