Lawrence King Yount
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 185 lb.
- High School William Howard Taft High School (Woodland Hills)
- Debut September 15, 1971
- Final Game September 15, 1971
- Born February 15, 1950 in Houston, TX USA
He has one of the stranger lines in the Baseball Encyclopedia. Yount was injured warming up on September 15, 1971. Since he was announced, he entered the game, but he did not throw a major league pitch. He was never recalled to the majors after that so he is listed with 1 game played but no batters faced.
Yount went to Taft High School in Woodland Hills, CA, and was a 5th round draft pick in 1968. He impressed in the Carolina League in both 1968 and 1969 (he had a 2.25 ERA in 1969), and was invited to spring training at the major league camp in 1970 and 1971.
His injury before his only major league appearance was preceded by a week with the military. It is not known whether he was in shape to pitch; but when offered the chance he couldn't say no. He didn't get a chance to pitch at the major league level during the rest of the year, and in spring training in 1972, he was one of the last players cut.
He ended up with eight minor league seasons. After his playing days he became a real estate developer in Arizona.
His son Austin Yount made his pro debut in 2008, and another son Cody Yount was selected in the 2013 amateur draft. His nephew Dustin Yount also played professionally and his niece Mackenzie Vandergeest has played for the US women's team.
- Brian McTaggart: The remarkable story of Robin Yount’s brother Larry", mlb.com, September 13, 2021. 
- Richard Tellis: Once Around The Bases, Triumph Books, Chicago, IL, 1998, pp. 279-284.
- Whatever Happened to Larry Yount? (Astrosdaily.com)