There was no sign of the once-strained relationship between Robinson and the club, even when someone asked during Brooks' news conference if he would like to have a bigger presence with the team in the future. Robinson sidestepped it deftly, focusing entirely on his current role as a partner in the independent York Revolution and three other minor league teams.
"No, not really,'' he said. "I'm enjoying what I do right now, being part owner of Opening Day Partners. We have four teams (including) Lancaster and York. I broke ground for the new stadium in Lancaster eight years ago, then York. In Southern Maryland there's a team, and then we have a great team in Texas called the Skeeters down there, the Sugarland Skeeters. They got mosquitoes down there that are, as Boog would say, 'big as battleships.'