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Seller: molitor82 (1,319) 100%, Location: Hartford, Wisconsin, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 173853627696 SELLING MY PERSONAL COLLECTION! My items were either hand-selected from purchased lots, gifts from vendors, or autographed & custom inscribed at our own company signing! One Robin Yount hand signedHOF 99 (Hall of Fame 1999) inscribedOfficial Bud Selig Major League BaseballJames Spence JSA Numbered hologramand Authentic COAand photos from the signing event!! This is the perfect piece of memorabilia for any Brew Crew fan just starting his collection. Or a Rockin Robin fan adding to their 3000 hit club museum. I have multiples of this item, so you will receive one of similar quality inscription balls as shown. i Don't be fooled by stock images. Please see my photos or contact me with any questions. Shipping includes insurance and tracking. Thank you for looking! NOTE: I recently sold my sports memorablia ownership interest in Legends of the Field and am selling much of my personal collection. I have attended a majority of my former companies' signings over the last few years including Greg Jennings, AJ Hawk, Brian Urlacher, LeRoy Butler, Gilbert Brown, Tommie Harris, Bernard Berrian, Ben Sheets, Corey Hart, Prince Fielder, Devin Hester to name a few. In addition, I've acquired some of my collection directly from our vendor partners Steiner Sports, Mounted Memories, Official Brett Favre, TriStar Productions, Upper Deck Authenticated UDA, Schwartz Sports, Radtke Sports and many more. My point is you can bid with confidence as I've acquired these items direct from their signing agent or from the athlete. Also, I will be listing many more items on Ebay over the next few weeks/months. Please add me as a favorite seller, visit my store, and receive updates as to any new items being listed. Robin Yount Shortstop / Center fielder Born: September 16, 1955 (age 57) Danville, Illinois Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut April 5, 1974 for the Milwaukee Brewers Last MLB appearance October 3, 1993 for the Milwaukee Brewers Career statistics Batting average .285 Hits 3,142 Home runs 251 Runs batted in 1,406 Teams Milwaukee Brewers (1974–1993) Career highlights and awards 3× All-Star (1980, 1982, 1983) Gold Glove Award winner (1982) 3× Silver Slugger Award winner (1980, 1982, 1989) 2× AL MVP (1982, 1989) Milwaukee Brewers #19 retired Milwaukee Brewers all time hit leader Milwaukee Brewers all time home run leader Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction 1999 Vote 77.5% (first ballot) Robin R. Yount (/ˈjɒnt/; nicknamed,"The Kid", and "Rockin' Robin", born September 16, 1955) is an American former Major League Baseball shortstop and center fielder. He spent his entire 20-year baseball career with the Milwaukee Brewers (1974–1993). In 1999, Yount was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. Early years[edit source] Yount was born in Danville, Illinois. During his youth, his family moved to southern California, where he attended William Howard Taft High School in Woodland Hills. Baseball career[edit source] Yount was the third pick overall in the June 1973 Major League Baseball Draft, one slot ahead of fellow Hall of Famer and 3,000 Hit Club member Dave Winfield. Yount made his major league debut the following April, at eighteen years old. After going hitless in his first four games, Yount hit a game-winning home run in his sixth. Yount is currently the last 18-year old to hit a home run in the Major Leagues (Ken Griffey Jr. and Bryce Harper are the two most current teenagers to have hit Major League home runs, but as 19-year olds). On September 14, 1975 (two days before his 20th birthday), Yount broke Mel Ott's 47-year-old record for most games played in the major leagues before turning 20. Yount courted controversy in the winter of 1978. He threatened to retire from the game and take up professional golf rather than be underpaid by the Brewers. His demands were met during spring training in 1978, and he played the full season; ultimately, Yount remained a Brewer for the rest of his 20-year career. Yount developed into an excellent hitter, eventually posting a career .285 batting average with 251 home runs, 1632 runs scored and 1406 runs batted in. His 11,008 career at-bats is the seventh-most in Major League Baseball history, and he ranks 17th on the all-time hit list. He was an early proponent of weight training – then uncommon in baseball – and by 1980 Yount's power hitting had improved, particularly for a shortstop. Yount was an All-Star in 1980, 1982, and 1983. No other Brewer was voted a starter in consecutive years until Ryan Braun in 2008-11.[1] His three All-Star appearances are tied with Ferguson Jenkins for the second-fewest of any Hall of Famer from the post-All-Star Game era, and he won a second MVP Award in 1989 without making the All-Star Team. Yount collected more hits in the decade of the 1980s than any other player[2] (1731), leading the American League with 210 hits in 1982. The 1982 AL East race was tied on the final day of the season, with the race coming down to a winner-take-all game between the Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles. With the title on the line, Yount hit home runs in each of his first two at-bats against Orioles starter Jim Palmer. Yount finished with a four-hit game, as the Brewers won 10-2. In addition to his only 200-hit season, he registered career highs with 29 home runs, 114 RBI, and a .331 batting average (.001 behind the league leader, Willie Wilson). Yount demonstrated his remarkable power, especially unusual in a shortstop, with a .578 slugging percentage and .957 OPS on his way to gaining 367 total bases - leading the major leagues in all three categories.[3] His slugging percentage was the second highest ever by a shortstop, and his 129 runs set the record for that position.[4] That year, Yount also won his only Gold Glove Award and his first Most Valuable Player Award. His performance garnered 27 of 28 possible first place votes in the 1982 MVP balloting.[5] The year ended with the Brewers making their only World Series appearance. Although Yount became the only player to collect four hits in two World Series games, Milwaukee lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games. In 1985, a shoulder problem forced Yount to move to the outfield.[6] After splitting time between center field and left field, Yount became the Brewers' regular center fielder in 1986. He played more than 1,200 games in the outfield in his career, with a .990 fielding percentage. He made a game-ending, diving catch to preserve a no-hitter by Juan Nieves early in the 1987 season. Yount narrowly won a second MVP Award in 1989, making him only the third player to win MVPs at two positions, joining Hank Greenberg and Stan Musial (Alex Rodriguez would later join this group).[6] Yount was the first AL player to win multiple MVP's in over twenty-five years, since the Yankees' Roger Maris (1960 & 1961) and Mickey Mantle (1956, 1957, and 1962). On Sept. 9, 1992, Yount collected his 3,000th career hit, becoming the 17th player to reach the mark. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999, his first year of eligibility. That same year, he was included in the balloting for the Major League Baseball All-Century Team, finishing fifth among shortstops.[7] Yount holds Brewers career records for games, at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, triples, home runs, RBIs, total bases, walks and strikeouts. He was the last active major leaguer to have been a teammate of Hank Aaron (1975–1976). His brother Larry had one of the oddest, and shortest, careers in major league history. While taking his warmup tosses for his debut as a Houston Astros reliever in 1971, he experienced elbow pain.[8] He never threw an official pitch in that game, or any other. Post-playing career[edit source] Robin Yount's number 19 was retired by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1994. Yount in 2008. Yount served as first base coach and bench coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks from 2002 to 2004. He resigned after the dismissal of Arizona manager Bob Brenly.[9] He, Hank Aaron, Warren Spahn and Bob Uecker threw out the ceremonial first pitches at the 2002 Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Miller Park. In 2005, Brewers manager Ned Yost convinced Dale Sveum, a teammate of Yount's, to become Milwaukee's new third base coach. Yount followed suit a few weeks later, accepting a post as the Brewers' bench coach.[9] In November 2006, Yount announced he would not return to the team as bench coach for the 2007 season. However, on September 15, 2008 Sveum, by now the team's manager, chose Yount as his bench coach.[10] Yount also threw out the first ball for Game 2 of the 2011 NLDS, with the throw being caught by Sveum, who was at the time the Brewers hitting coach. In keeping with the "Beast Mode" celebration that the Brewers had made during the season, Yount did his own "Beast Mode" after throwing the ball. In 2012, when Dale Sveum was named the Chicago Cubs new manager, rumors quickly spread that Sveum would ask Yount to coach with him, even though the Brewers and Cubs had become bitter rivals. Sveum very quickly confirmed that he was not even considering such a move. Since retiring from baseball, Yount has increased his participation in two of his other passions, professional motorcycle and auto racing.[6] In June 2008, Yount announced the creation of a new all-natural lemonade drink, Robinade. A portion of the proceeds of the sales goes to charity.[11] Yount was elected to the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995. Yount was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999. Nolan Ryan and George Brett, elected in their 1st year of eligibility, along with future Hall of Fame inductees Carlton Fisk, Gary Carter, Jim Rice, Bert Blyleven, Bruce Sutter and Tony Perez, shared the same ballot. In 2012, Yount became a minority owner of the Lakeshore Chinooks of the Northwoods Baseball League. The Chinooks play at Kapco Park at Concordia University Wisconsin where the right field fence is 319 feet in his honor.[12] Froo | Froo Cross Sell, Free Cross Sell, Cross promote, eBay Marketing, eBay listing Apps, eBay Apps, eBay Application Sellebrity Analytics Condition: INCLUDES my personal Signing photos! New, in box, never displayed. HOF 99 INSCRIBED - Robin Yount Official Major League Baseball w James Spence online Verify Hologram plus JSA numbered COA. In smoke free, pet free storage., Autograph Authentication: James Spence (JSA), Country of Manufacture: United States, Sport: Baseball-MLB, Product Type: Autographed Baseball, Autograph Type: Authenticated Signed Baseball, Category: Sports, Manufacturer: Rawlings, Athlete: Robin Yount, Team MLB: Milwaukee Brewers, Product: Official Major League Baseball Signed, Inscription: HOF 99 (Hall of Fame 1999), Sports League: MLB, Team: Milwaukee Brewers, League: MLB

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