ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Ten days after the Texas Rangers retired third baseman Adrian Beltre’s uniform number 29, the Rangers announced the club will retire the uniform number 10 of infielder Michael Young.

The ceremony will happen prior to the game on Saturday, August 31 against the Seattle Mariners at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

The on-field ceremony will begin at 6:40 p.m. with the first pitch of the game moved from 7:05 to 7:35 p.m.

Former Texas Ranger Michael Young is honored before play begins between the Texas Rangers and the Toronto Blue Jays on May 17, 2014 at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

Young will become the fifth Ranger to have his uniform number retired by the club, joining Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan’s #34 in 1996, former manager Johnny Oates’ #26 in 2005, Hall of Fame catcher Ivan Rodriguez’ #7 in 2017, and third baseman Adrian Beltre’s #29.

In addition, Major League Baseball retired the number 42 worn by Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson, the first African-American player in the major leagues, in 1997,

“Michael Young is certainly very deserving of this honor,” said team Co-Chairman and Managing Partner Ray Davis. “His contributions to the Texas Rangers franchise have been extraordinary. On the field, Michael was one of the top hitters in the American League for over a decade and served in a strong leadership role. Off the field, his contributions in the community have had a huge impact in so many ways. We are very proud to make this announcement today”

The 42-year-old Young, who re-joined the Rangers as Special Assistant to the General Manager in November 2014, retired in January 2014 after an outstanding 13-year major league career.

Acquired by Texas from the Toronto Blue Jays in July 2000, Young played in a team record 1,823 games from 2000-12. He captured Rangers Player of the Year honors five times, matching Juan Gonzalez for the most in team history and was selected to the A.L. All-Star team at three different positions.

Young batted .300 or better a club record seven times including six seasons with at least 200 hits. He won the A.L. batting title in 2005 and was the MVP of the 2006 All-Star Game at San Diego.

Young is the only player in All-Star Game history with two game-winning hits in his team’s final at bat (2006 and 2008),

He is the Washington/Texas’ all-time leader in games, hits (2,230), runs (1,085), doubles (415), triples (55), total bases (3,286), at bats (7,399), and multi-hit games (651) and ranks third in RBI (984) and extra base hits (647) while batting .301 with 177 homers. Young was a starter at all four infield positions in his Rangers career, earning a Gold Glove at shortstop in 2008.

Overall, Young batted .300 with 185 homers and 1030 RBI in 1970 games with the Rangers (2000-2012), Phillies (2013), and Dodgers (2013).

Young’s work in the community earned him two Major League Baseball Players Association Marvin Miller Man of the Year Awards (2008 and 2011) and the Rangers 2010 Jim Sundberg Community Achievement Award.