Family, friends and fans said goodbye to legendary Orioles third baseman and MLB Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson. A memorial service was held for Robinson yesterday morning at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Baseball’s “Iron Man” Cal Ripken, Jr. addressed the crowd, saying everyone looked up to “Brooksie” as a great baseball player, but his greater influence came in the form of a role model. Ripken called Robinson “baseball’s greatest gentleman, on and off the field.” Known as “Mr. Oriole,” Robinson spent his entire 23-year playing career in Baltimore, making 18 All-Star appearances and earning two World Series championships. He died last week at age 86.