"On and off the field, he'd be yakking, yakking in the dugout," Robinson said. "He'd keep you loose all the time. And not just talking to an individual, but also the things he'd say or do. The things he'd say he was going to do: In the clubhouse, on the bus, on the plane, whatever. One thing I'll remember about him that has always stuck in my mind is he loved to put on the Oriole uniform. He loved the game and he wanted to go out and compete."