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Robin Yount won the AL MVP award in 1982 and 1989. (AP)
All-time leaders & stats
With 3,142 career hits, Hall of Famer Robin Yount ranks first in Brewers' history and the top 20 overall in Major League history. Take a look at Robin's impressive career numbers and see where he ranks in other offensive categories.
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Top Plays of 2007:
• Hall lays out for the spectacular grab, 6/10:  400K
• Fielder sets Brewers homer mark, 9/15:  400K

Top Plays of 2006:
• Hall Delivers a Mays-like grab, 5/02:  350K
• Jenkins lays out, 6/26:  350K

Stats and Records

LEADERS (*as of 2012)

 Career Hits
1. R. Yount 3,142
2. P. Molitor 2,281
3. C. Cooper 1,815

 Career Saves
1. D. Plesac 133
2. J. Axford 106
3. R. Fingers 97
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