Mitch Robinson is a lifelong Yale area resident, graduate, retired teacher and coach. Teaching within the Yale school district for 30 years where he coached basketball, golf, football, baseball and softball. As Varsity baseball coach, he led the boys to win 3 league championships in his 6 years of coaching them. The highlight of Coach Robinson’s career came from his time coaching girls softball where he won six league championships over 18 years, and set records that are still in place today. Inducted into the Yale High Hall of Fame, his plaque and picture hang within the walls of Yale High School. He received both a bachelors and masters degree from Central Michigan University. A self proclaimed, ‘jack of all trades’, Mitch enjoys Tiger baseball, hunting, gardening, oil painting and wood carving. Mitch still resides in Yale with his wife, Laura who is also a retired Yale teacher of 30 years. They have 2 adult children, Don and Shelly.