- The Yount Collection
- The Yount Need List
- 2018 Ulimate Yount Checklist
- 2017 Ultimate Robin Yount Checklist
- 2016 Ultimate Robin Yount Checklist
- 2015 Ultimate Robin Yount Checklist
- 2014 Ultimate Robin Yount Card Checklist
- The Digital Yount - Topps Bunt Cards
- Yount's Milwaukee Brewers Police Issues sets 1982 -1993
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Sunday, December 20, 2009
The first one is a 2004 UD Ultimate Collection Ultimate Achievments Dual Jersey #'d to 82.
Saturday, December 5, 2009
There were lots of MSA discs sets issued in the 70's and 80's unfortunatley for me Robin was only in a few of the sets. If you know of any other discs he has I would be grateful to hear about them. You can see all the sets in the Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
So here you go the base card and two inserts with the Tape Measure Heroes Jersey card. After looking over the catalog. I see that there is no Hitting for the Cycle Bat card for Yount but there is a MVP Club jersey. Maybe one of these days I'll find one.
Until next time Yountophiles keep collecting.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Long before Ken Griffey Jr. showed up and was labeled the "the Kid" a scappy 18 year old broke into the majors with the Milwaukee Brewers and stayed there his entire career. Of course I'm talking about #19, the immortal Robin Yount. As the title of the blog implies this is a site about him. I've been a Yount collector since 1987 when I first started collecting cards at the age of 14. I was a little young to remember their trip to the World Series in 1982 but being from northern Wisconsin it's hard not to be at least a closet fan of the Brewers.
So when I started collecting cards way back in 1987 there wasn't all that much to choose from. Not like now, where there's almost too much to choose from. And back then you where pretty much set building too. Ah 1987, right around the time all the companies started super producing there product to make it super cheap and at the same time super boring.
The best a player collector back then could hope for was maybe 3 or 4 cards of your favorite player year. Maybe a few inserts, special releases, if they made the all-star team the year before you got an extra card, maybe some food issues or what have you.
Now a days there are tons of Yount cards out there. Being a HOF inductee is good for that. So now it's kinda fun to pick up new stuff. Now it's mostly off of Ebay and that takes some of the fun out of going to shows to try and find some obsura, but 22 years later I've got a nice little collection going on.