In 1991, when the Orioles played their final season in Memorial Stadium, Robinson was the manager of the club. During the last game, on Oct. 6, I went out to the left-field bleachers for one last look at “HERE” and had the pleasure of explaining it to a man unfamiliar with its meaning. By then, of course, “HERE” had come to symbolize the sense of home that Memorial Stadium provided for three generations of Baltimoreans, a great good place where both residents of the city and its suburban diaspora gathered for baseball as well as football. The “HERE” flag went to a fan who won it in an Orioles-sponsored giveaway. Last we checked, it was in a retired Marine’s foot locker in Texas. Memorial Stadium was, of course, torn down, and there’s a YMCA there now, and athletic fields and housing for seniors. In 2016, to commemorate the 50 years since Robinson’s famous home run, an Orioles fan named Mark Melonas arranged to have a replica of the flag mark the approximate spot, so that the Legend of “HERE” lives on. Melonas flies the flag on Sundays during baseball season when the Orioles are home at Camden Yards. Today, he plans to hoist the flag, then lower it to half staff.