Trayvon A. Robinson is a professional baseball player from the United States of America who specializes in manning the outfields. Robinson went to the Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles, following which he decided to turn pro. Robinson declared for the 2005 MLB Draft and was picked in the 10th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Robinson spent two seasons with the Gulf Coast Dodgers in the Rookie League in 2005 and 2006.
His .296 batting average of 2005 fell down to .254 in 2006 however he was considered ready for the Vero Beach Dodgers in the Advanced A-League. Robinson played the last three games of the season for the Vero Beach Dodgers to see off 2006. He was sent to the A-League at the start of 2007.
Robinson played 110 games for the Great Lakes Loons before being promoted in 2008 to play for the Inland Empire 66ers in the Advanced A-League. Robinson played out the season with the 66ers with a .276 batting average. He was sent to the Chattanooga Lookouts in 2009, after playing 117 games for the 66ers. Towards the end of 2009, Robinson was named to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ MLB roster after hitting .306 with the 66ers and .246 with the Lookouts for the season.
His 66ers’ performance also got Robinson into the California League All Star Team for 2009.