Known as "The Kid," Robin Yount became a symbol of the Milwaukee Brewers, after playing his whole career for the franchise. Yount came up as a teenager and developed into one of the best shortstops in baseball. He won the MVP award while leading the Brewers to the 1982 American League pennant.
After a shoulder injury, Yount switched to center field, where he earned a second MVP award. His march to 3,000 hits serves as one of the most memorable moments in Brewers' history.
Yount combined speed and power with a great work ethic to serve as a role model for many young athletes. He was inducted into Cooperstown as a Brewer and has been immortalized outside Miller Park with a statue and as a member of the first class of the Walk of Fame.