#11 - Jacob Robinson


Jacob graduated from Preble Shawnee High School in his home town of Camden Ohio. Jacob played short stop and pitched for the Arrows and as a senior in 2003 was voted the Most Valuable Player Award by his teammates. After graduating in 2003, Jacob joined the Dayton Rangers where he played with his brother James until 2009. Jacob won the Rangers Cy Young award for his performance on the mound four straight seasons (2005-2008). In 2008 he was voted the MVABL's top pitcher as he set the MVABL single season wins record with 10. When not pitching, Jacob played short stop and outfield for the Rangers. He is a 5 time MVABL all star (2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011) and won the MVABL all star games Defensive Player Award as a short stop in 2007 and as a right fielder in 2011. In 2009 Jacob was forced off the mound with a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder. He subsequently won the Rangers gold glove award in 2009 after taking up a full time role in the outfield. After the Rangers won the league championship in 2009 Jacob decided to take up a new challenge and start his own expansion team, the Camden Redlegs. The Redlegs finished their first season with a respectable 16-12 record and Jacob was voted as the MVABL's Coach of the Year. Prior to the 2011 season, Jacob was voted into the MVABL Hall of Fame.

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