Wow! I haven't had a "Stars of the 1960s" post since last March, so let's revisit the Orioles:
Here are my 4 oldest Brooks' cards. (Actually, the 1967 card is the newest to me, as I only got it 2 years ago.) In hindsight, I wasn't missing much all those 49 years, since I already had the "reprint" that Topps apparently issued in their 1969 set! :/
Brooks played for 23 seasons - all with the Orioles. I just recently posted Ed Kranepool's card on my 1966 blog, where I realized he played 18 seasons - all with the Mets. Sometime I will have to do a study of players from the 1960s who played more than 10 seasons and all with the same team. (I can only think of Mantle, Gibson, and Yaz off the top of my head.)
Anyway, back to B Robby: He was an All-Star for 15 consecutive seasons, and won 16 consecutive Gold Glove awards. Surprisingly (to me anyway) he led the AL with 118 RBI in 1964, and was the MVP that year.