Warren G. “Sheriff” Robinson - Player
Inducted in 2002
Warren G. "Sheriff" Robinson was a former New York Mets first-base coach and scout from Cambridge, MD. He spent 35 years in professional baseball, including time as a minor-league catcher and manager, and scouted Baltimore Orioles home games for the 1969 "Miracle Mets" -- winners of the World Series that year over the Birds. Mr. Robinson earned a World Series ring for his contributions.