"That's the warmth of this organization," said Frank Robinson, who spent six years in Baltimore and won Most Valuable Player and Triple Crown awards in 1966. "A long time there for a while, with [14 consecutive losing seasons] and the team not winning, it wasn't there. But I'll tell you one thing ... Dan Duquette and Buck Showalter deserve a lot of credit for bringing that feeling back. With this organization now, you're welcome. And the players are happy to see you and talk to you. The feeling is back here. It's a great fan base here. The fans really see outside the ballpark, and they treat you like family."