Michael Young, the all-time hits leader for the Texas Rangers, will be named a special assistant to general manager Jon Daniels today.
The club has a 1 p.m. press conference scheduled to introduce Young.
Young retired after the 2013 season and remained close with the organization. He was in on the interview process when the Rangers selected a new manager. He will have a hand in all...
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Texas Rangers career hits leader Michael Young has been appointed as a special assistant to the general manager.
Before the announcement Wednesday, Young had already been involved in the Rangers' managerial search last month.
Young played the first 12 of his 13 major league seasons in Texas, and is the team's career leader with 1,823 games and 2,230 hits...
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Over the weekend, University of Missouri football star (and future NFL draft pick) Michael Sam announced he was gay and, much like when NBA player Jason Collins came out last year, it got the world wondering about gay athletes in sports. So, naturally, when the recently retired Michael Young did a radio interview Tuesday morning...the subject came up. "I guarantee you I...
ARLINGTON, Texas - Michael Young said Friday that he went through every emotion possible when he decided his playing career was over at 37.
But Young, who holds nearly every offensive record for the Texas Rangers, knew that spending time with his wife and three sons was more important to him now than playing baseball.
That's why he decided to retire officially Friday even though...
Michael Young is retiring after only one season away from the Texas Rangers.
Young formally announced his retirement Friday at Rangers Ballpark. That was his baseball home for all but the last of his 13 major league seasons.
The seven-time All-Star is the Rangers' career leader with 2,230 hits. The 37-year-old Young finished as a career .300 hitter in 1,970 games for Texas...
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January 31, 2014
ARLINGTON, Texas — Infielder Michael Young is retiring after a 13-year major league career, nearly all of it with the Texas Rangers.
The Rangers have scheduled a Friday afternoon press conference, where the 37-year-old Young is to formally announce his retirement.
The seven-time All-Star retires with a .300 career average and as the Rangers’ hits leader with 2,230. He was the...
Infielder Michael Young is retiring after a 13-year major league career, nearly all of it with the Texas Rangers.
The Rangers have scheduled a Friday afternoon news conference where the 37-year-old Young is to formally announce his retirement.
The seven-time All-Star retires with a .300 career average and as Texas' hits leader with 2,230. He was the 2008 AL Gold Glove at shortstop...
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January 30, 2014
I guess this was inevitable:
Michael Young has a Dodgers offer on the table if he wants it, but with Spring Training now less than a month away, the 37-year-old infielder is still considering retirement.
Whether or not Young decides to return, what’s relevant here is that the Dodgers want him to return. In theory, that’s terrible because rabble rabble double plays hargle bargle...