Detroit Tigers outfielder Delmon Young was suspended seven days by Major League Baseball as a result of his arrest last week for what the New York Police Department said was a drunken altercation at a hotel.
Professional baseball player Delmon Young pleaded guilty to aggravated harassment in the second degree for yelling an anti-Semitic slur and tackling a person outside a New York hotel in April, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said.
Delmon Young, who played baseball last season for the Detroit Tigers, pleaded guilty to harassment for shouting an anti-Semitic slur at four men before tackling one of them at a New York hotel, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said.
The New York Yankees lost more than the opening game of the American League Championship Series as team captain Derek Jeter fractured his ankle, ruling him out for the rest of the Major League Baseball playoffs.
The Tigers hit four home runs in an 8-1 rout to end the New York Yankees’ season and reach the World Series. The St. Louis Cardinals are one win from joining Detroit in Major League Baseball’s title round.