When Major League Baseball needed someone to handle the thankless job of doling out discipline for bad behavior, who did they call on? Frank Robinson.
When Major League Baseball repossessed the hapless Montreal Expos and proceeded to drive them into the ground, who got stuck with the thankless job of running the show? Frank Robinson.
When Major League Baseball needed someone to follow Barry Bonds around and, eventually, offer awkward handshakes and congratulations while dodging questions about baseball's seeming willing blindness about steroids during the 90s, who got stuck with the thankless job?
That's right, Frank freakin' Robinson.
Frank: you're in your 70s. You're a Hall of Famer. You're widely respected as a player, manager, and human being. Really, it's OK to say no.