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Young had the highest rebounding average of any Princeton player since and was also the thirteenth player in school history to record assists in a season.
During his sophomore baseball season in , Young was the Ivy League's leading pitcher with a 1. After a few years of minor league service, he was traded to the Montreal Expos ' organization.
The Expos traded him to the Texas Rangers, for whom he eventually made his major league debut. After less than two seasons with the Rangers, he was traded to the San Diego Padres.
In , Young went 5—3 with a 4. Young earned decisions in fifteen straight starts from April 16 and July 4. He allowed more than three earned runs in just two of 26 starts.
Opposing batters batted. He went 4—4 with a 4. In July, he went 3—0 and finished with an ERA of 3. His season was highlighted by an eight-strikeout final outing on August 30 against the Norwich Navigators and a win on July 27 against the Reading Phillies in which he threw seven shutout innings.
The club was 4—1 in his PCL starts. The only loss was due to a blown save with a 4—2 ninth-inning lead on August 7 against the Tacoma Rainiers in a game in which Young allowed no earned runs.
Young debuted with the Rangers on August 24, against the Minnesota Twins. This debut made Young the first Princeton baseball player to start a major league game at any position since Dave Sisler son of Hall of Famer George Sisler and brother of Dick Sisler gave up six earned runs in just over four innings on August 27, in the second game of a doubleheader against the Detroit Tigers.
He became the tallest pitcher in Rangers history, surpassing the 6-footinch 2. Young's first major league decision came during his second start in an August 29 loss to the Baltimore Orioles.
Young was one of three rookies on the Opening Day roster. May 9 was one of two times Young came within an inning of a shutout by pitching eight scoreless innings; August 17 against the Cleveland Indians was the other.
In his rookie season, Young ranked in the top five among qualifying major league rookies in several statistical categories: strikeouts second, , wins tied for third, 12 , ERA fourth, 4.
His ERA continued its downward trend, falling to 3. He finished with an 11—5 record,  led all major league pitchers with a 2.
During the season, Young won a National League Pitcher of the Month award, took a no-hitter into the sixth inning or beyond three times, and extended his undefeated road start streak to 24 games.
In his first six starts after Memorial Day , he improved from a 3—3 with a 4. He ended the season by winning his first career postseason start; on October 7, he earned a 3—1 victory in Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the St.
Louis Cardinals. The Padres lost the series three games to one. Young's 6—0 road performance in was one of 49 undefeated road seasons with at least five victories by a pitcher since post-season play began in However, it was the first to be followed by a postseason road victory.
Young also blogged on behalf of mlb. In his season debut on April 4 against the San Francisco Giants , Young became the th different pitcher to surrender a home run to Barry Bonds when he surrendered Bonds' first of the season and th of his career.
On June 18, Young and Lee were suspended five games each for their roles in the brawl, and Perry was suspended three games.
All suspended parties were fined, as were Peavy and Brian Giles. Young was ejected in the game, and he earned a no-decision in the game which the Padres ultimately won 1—0.
The next day, Brad Penny allowed only one earned run over eight innings to take the lead with a 2. Young entered the All-Star break with the major league lead in ERA and opponent batting average as well as an undefeated streak extending back to a May 12 loss to the Cardinals.
He was placed on the disabled list after he incurred a strained oblique muscle during the third inning of his July 24 start. He took a start five-decision undefeated streak,  dating back to a May 12 loss to the Cardinals,  into his first start off the disabled list, but he took the loss in a 5—0 defeat, which was again against the Cardinals.
Young started the season in the second spot in the Padres rotation between ace Peavy and Maddux. He pitched his first three turns from the second spot in the rotation.
On April 18, he missed his turn and Maddux moved into the second spot in the rotation. Young has since been pitching in the third spot in the rotation.
Young, thus, did not make a start against the Cubs with whom he had an altercation in On May 21, in a game against the St.
Louis Cardinals, Young was hit in the face by a line-drive from Albert Pujols. Young was sitting on the ground for several minutes but was able to leave the field under his own power as he only sustained a nasal fracture and a laceration on his nose.
Later in the same inning, Pujols would also sprain the ankle of Padres catcher Josh Bard while sliding into home plate.
Then, on September 7 he came within four outs of perfection when Milwaukee Brewers ' Gabe Kapler hit a one-out home run in the eighth inning.
He allowed two hits, did not walk a batter and struck out five, en route to 10—1 victory at Milwaukee's Miller Park.
Young did not get his first perfect game or first no-hitter, but he did end up with the first complete game of his career after starts.
After starting the season with a 4—2 record, Young lost his last four starts before spending the remainder of the season on the disabled list.
His final start occurred on June He had been disabled with shoulder inflammation. Young pitched six shutout innings in the second game of the season before being pulled with a right shoulder strain.
In , he was chosen as the eighth-smartest athlete in sports by Sporting News. He also went three for three at the plate with two runs batted in against Phillies starter Cole Hamels.
In that game, Young became the first Mets pitcher in team history to record two hits in a single inning. On March 26, , Young signed on a minor league deal with the Mets.
He had recently undergone surgery to repair a torn anterior capsule in his right shoulder. On February 21, , Young signed a minor league deal with the Washington Nationals and an invitation to training camp.
He made his season debut on April 23 against Rochester, giving up 6 runs in 4. He made 6 additional starts before going on the disabled list with a neck injury on May 28, 2 days after leaving a start against Columbus after the first inning.
He made 2 starts at the end of the year in the Gulf Coast League and with Short-Season Auburn before the end of the injury-marred season.
In 9 total starts, he went 1—2 with a 6. This condition is a nerve problem that puts pressure on a pitcher's shoulder.
Young signed a highly incentivized one-year deal with the Seattle Mariners on March 27, He posted six scoreless innings, while scattering 4 hits and 3 walks.
In helping to stabilize a rotation battered by injuries and ineffectual fifth starters, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon was unabashed in his praise of the right-hander at the time, calling him a "godsend.
His 7. He tossed five no-hit innings against the Detroit Tigers. He was and registered a 6. Young began the season in the bullpen after failing to win a spot in the Kansas City rotation.
Young signed a minor league contract with the Padres on December 29, In May , Young became an MLB executive when he was promoted to serve as vice president of on-field operations, initiatives and strategy.
Young is not a traditional power pitcher. Young has learned how to use precise location to make his fastball effective.
He has also been compared to another control pitcher, Jim Palmer , because Young similarly induces popups and fly ball outs with deceptive late movement on his high fastballs.
Young's mids repertoire included fastballs , curveballs , sliders and changeups. His curveball is used to keep the hitters off balance so that they do not jump on his low-velocity fastball.
Hershiser describes Young's pitches as sneaky fast because his methodical delivery and size give him deception. As of the end of the season, Young has a career.
He has yet to record a stolen base. Venable is the most recent player to have accomplished the feat. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The album Neon was released in July In August , "Tomorrow" became his first platinum selling single. The first single from Young's fourth studio album, " Aw Naw ", was released to country radio on May 13, It peaked at number 3 on the Country Airplay chart in November The album, A.
It peaked at number 2 on the Country Airplay chart in August The album's third single, " Lonely Eyes ", was released to country radio on August 25, It reached number 2 on the Country Airplay chart in April It was the lead single from his fifth studio album of the same name , which was released on November 13, Young played the show I'm Comin' Over Tour in late in support of the album.
It reached number one on the Country charts in May It hit number one on the Country Airplay in March His sixth album's first single, " Losing Sleep " was released to country radio on May 12, Young announced the album was also titled Losing Sleep on August 23, The album's second single was " Hangin' On ".
He was officially inducted by Brad Paisley. Young released " Raised on Country ," the lead-off single to his upcoming seventh studio album, in January On August 13, , Young was en route to a tour date in Montana when he went into septic shock from a small cut on his leg which became infected.
He was taken by ambulance to a hospital in Denver. Young returned home under his physician's care. As expected, his mobility was impacted by the surgery and his doctor requested he wait a full week post-surgery to resume touring.
Young resumed on August The cut required surgery to reconnect tendons in the hand. Young has supported Little Kids Rock by donating various items to the organization for auction, raising money to put instruments in the hands of children.
He donated the money after a fan reached out to him on Twitter asking him for help marketing the GoFundMe project.
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