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Arizona– Hall of Famer Frank Robinson was taken to a hospital Thursday after experiencing dizziness and an irregular heartbeat at the baseball owners’ meetings in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Robinson, 75, was in a meeting when he fell ill, Major League Baseball spokesman Pat Courtney said. Paramedics arrived to treat him and later transported him to a nearby hospital. As he left, Courtney said, Robinson was alert and conscious, and he even waved to MLB officials.

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