On This Day In Baseball History: September 14, 1975

Robin Yount


Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Robin Yount plays in his 242nd Major League game breaking Mel Ott‘s record for most games played by a teenager. Yount played his entire 20-year Hall of Fame career with the Brewers. He was the third youngest player to reach 3,000 hits and ranks 14th in career games played, 16th in doubles, 17th in hits, 7th in at-bats, 34th in runs, 26th in total bases, and 64th in rbi. He was also the AL MVP in 1982 & 1989.


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