• Longtime Rangers star Young picks retirement

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Jan 31, 2014
    But Young may have a point about that Rangers team. Young formally announced his retirement Friday after returning to Rangers Ballpark, his baseball home for all but the last of his 13 major league seasons. Michael Young joined Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington and general manager Jon Daniels on Friday to officially announce his retirement following a 14-year career. A seven-time All-Star, Young is the Rangers' career leader with 2,230 hits. Since then, however, the Rangers have gone 27-16-3 – the seco...
    Sources: ESPN.com MLB.com
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      Michael Young joined Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington and general manager Jon Daniels on Friday to officially announce his retirement following a 14-year career. Young, who spent the 2013 season divided between the Philadelphia Phillies and Los Ange…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Retired Young: 'Honor' to play for Rangers

      Michael Young admitted Friday that he could have played this season for the Los Angeles Dodgers, chasing that elusive championship and adding to his 2,375 career hits.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Texas Hits Leader Young Retires With Rangers

      Michael Young slipped on a No. 10 Texas Rangers jersey for one last time.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Michael Young to Retire as a Texas Ranger

      Infielder Michael Young is retiring after a 13-year major league career, nearly all of it with the Texas Rangers.
      Source: nytimes.com
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  • Michael Young retires after 14 seasons — he was an All-Star Game hero twice

    Michael Young won't be enshrined in Cooperstown one day, but he had an admirable career that will conclude with a nice round batting average of .300. In baseball, that means you were pretty good. Young, 37, has decided to retire, according to Ken Rosent…
    Source: yahoo.com

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