Michael Young makes an in-studio appearance with the Ben and Skin show, just days after announcing his retirement from Major League Baseball.
The Rangers have announced that Michael Young will come back to the ballpark that he called home for 12 seasons, this time to hang up the spikes and officially retire.
Seven-time All-Star Michael Young has decided to call it a career. He’ll make the announcement official during a press conference Friday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Rangers president Nolan Ryan expects the team to be very competitive even after the departures of Josh Hamilton, Michael Young and Mike Napoli following a season without a playoff victory.
The seven-time All-Star is trying to show Phillies manager Charlie Manuel he’s ready to be an everyday third baseman again after spending the last two seasons in Texas bouncing around the infield.
The focus was more on the departed rather than present Saturday as the Texas Rangers went through their first full-squad spring training workout this year.
Rangers GM Jon Daniels was talking Thursday about still wanting to re-sign Josh Hamilton. About an hour later, Hamilton was with the Angels. It has been that kind of offseason for Texas.
We check back in with the little boy whose videotaped reaction went viral when he thought Michael Young was leaving back in 2011.
The Phillies acquired infielder Michael Young from the Rangers, filling a void at third base. The deal was announced Sunday, a day after Young agreed to waive his no-trade clause.
Rangers infielder Michael Young has been traded to the Phillies, CBSSports.com’s Jon Heyman and Danny Knobler have each confirmed.
According to CBSSports.com Insider Jon Heyman, the Phillies are closing in on a deal to obtain Michael Young from the Rangers.
Derek Holland pitched seven innings of six-hit ball, Geovany Soto hit a late two-run homer, and the Rangers hurt the Angels with a 6-2 victory on Wednesday night.