Brooks Robinson, a Baltimore Orioles icon, dies at 86.

His exceptional fielding skills earned him the nickname "Human Vacuum Cleaner."

Robinson spent his entire 23-year career with the Orioles, retiring in 1977.

The Orioles and his family confirm his death in a joint statement.

A moment of silence was observed at Camden Yards before a game

Robinson won two World Series and 16 consecutive Gold Gloves at third base.

His talent earned respect from teammates and opponents alike.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred praises Robinson's excellence, loyalty, and sportsmanship.

Robinson was a true gentleman both on and off the field.

Condolences are extended to Robinson's family, friends, and Orioles fans.