Kerry Robinson was a Cardinals utilityman back in the first part of the 2000's, playing outfield as well as pinch running. He was likened to Juan Pierre, but never lived up to the hype. Robinson is best known for a Walk-Off Homerun he hit off of Cubs relief pitcher Mike Remlinger.
Kerry played for 5 different teams: Tampa Bay, Reds, Cardinals, Padres, and the Royals. He is now a scout for the Cardinals.
Here are his transactions for the Cardinals from Baseball-Reference
Drafted June 1, 1995, 34th round
Drafted from Cardinals by Tampa Bay in the 1997 Expansion Draft
Signed as Free Agent with the Cardinals Dec 7, 2000
Traded by the Cardinals to the Padres for Brian Hunter March 29, 2004
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I chatted with Robinson for a few at the 2014 caravan, he is a very cool guy. One of the nicest players I have met.
Here is the Card and Photo that I had signed
Robinson was very fond of this photo and marked out when he saw it. The photo is of celebration from the Walkoff Homerun that he hit. Randal Grichuk, who was seated next to Robinson at the 2014 caravan, noticed the photo and pointed out that it was from that event.
Here is a photo of me and Mr. Robinson at the 2014 caravan. Again, Kerry is a very nice guy and class act.
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