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Robin Yount Wiki/Biography
Robin R. Yount was born on the 16th September 1955, in Danville, Illinois, USA, and is a retired professional baseball player, who was renowned as a center fielder of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Milwaukee Brewers. He is also widely recognized as a former Arizona Diamondbacks’ coach, and current special instructor and bench coach of the Brewers.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this former professional athlete has accumulated so far? How rich Robin Yount is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Robin Yount’s net worth, as of mid-2017, exceeds the sum of $9 million, acquired primarily through his prosperous professional baseball career which was active for almost 20 years, between 1974 and 1993, and includes assets such as a minority ownership of collegiate summer baseball league team Lakeshore Chinooks.
Robin Yount Net Worth $9 million
Although a native of Illinois, Robin grew up in California where he attended Woodland Hills’ William Howard Taft High School. His professional baseball career began when he was drafted as the pick No. 3 on the 1973 Major League Baseball draft by the Milwaukee Brewers. His professional debut occurred in April 1974. After several years of constant improvement of his batting skills, in 1980 he was selected for his first MLB All Star Game and was honored with a Silver Slugger Award. This whole Brewers’ involvement provided the basis for Robin Yount’s net worth.
At the end of the 1982 season, which happened to be the breakthrough season in Yount’s career, he was the league’s leader with 210 hits which earned him not only a Gold Glove Award but another All Star appearance and another Silver Slugger Award. In addition to all these, Robin was also named as the Most Valuable Player of the season, and led his team to their only World Series appearance in the franchise’s history. It is certain that all these accomplishments dramatically boosted the total revenues of Robin Yount, significantly increasing his overall fortune.
In 1989, Yount was honored with his second Most Valuable Player Award and signed a three-year extension contract with the Brewers with a total worth of $9.6 million. In October 1993 he played his last game before announcing his retirement from professional playing. In the following year, the Milwaukee Brewers retired his jersey No. 19, while in 1995 Robin Yount was inducted into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame. Doubtlessly, all these achievements helped Yount to further enhance his fame as well as his wealth in total.
During his 19 year-long playing career, Robin Yount set several franchise records of which some are still unbeaten. He scored 251 home runs, averaging .285 at-bat including 1632 runs and 11,008 at-bats. With these rather impressive statistics, Yount has been ranked at No. 17 on the Major League’s all-time hit chart. In 1999 he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Although retired from playing, Robin Yount has still been active in the world of baseball – between 2002 and 2004 he served as Diamondbacks’ first coach while in 2005 he was appointed as Brewers’ third coach. Since 2014, he serves as its bench coach and spring training special instructor.
When it comes to his personal life, Robin Yount has been married since 1979 to his high school sweetheart Michelle Edelstein, also the mother of his four children. Apart from baseball, Yount is also an avid motorsports enthusiast.
|Full Name||Robin Yount|
|Net Worth||$9 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 16, 1955|
|Place Of Birth||Danville, Illinois, United States|
|Education||William Howard Taft Charter High School|
|Spouse||Michele Edelstein Yount|
|Children||Dustin Yount, Melissa Yount, Jenna Yount, Amy Yount|
|Parents||Marion Yount, Phil Yount|
|Awards||American League Most Valuable Player Award|
|1||Bench Coach for the Milwaukee Brewers. [November 2005]|
|2||Named to Baseball Digest magazine's 1974 Rookie All-Star Team.|
|3||Made major league debut on 5 April 1974.|
|4||Hall Of Fame baseball player for the Milwaukee Brewers, 1974-1993.|
|Prime 9||2010||TV Series||Himself|
|2008 MLB All-Star Game||2008||TV Special||Himself - Pre-Game Hall of Fame Ceremony|
|ESPN Outside the Lines Nightly||2006||TV Series||Himself|
|2002 MLB All-Star Game||2002||TV Special||Himself - Ceremonial 1st Pitch / AL Honorary Captain|
|Sunday Night Baseball||1990-1993||TV Series||Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Center Fielder|
|Sports Illustrated: Inside Baseball 1993||1993||Video||Himself|
|Monday Night Baseball||1988||TV Series||Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Center Fielder|
|1983 MLB All-Star Game||1983||TV Special||Himself - AL Shortstop|
|1982 World Series||1982||TV Mini-Series||Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Shortstop|
|1982 American League Championship Series||1982||TV Series||Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Shortstop|
|1982 MLB All-Star Game||1982||TV Special||Himself - AL Shortstop|
|1980 MLB All-Star Game||1980||TV Special||Himself - AL Shortstop|
|Mr. Baseball, Bob Uecker||2014||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|DHL Presents Major League Baseball Hometown Heroes||2006||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself|