Michael Young calls it a day

Michael Young sported on a Texas Rangers No 10 jersey for the very last time. On Friday, Young formally declared his retirement after he returned to the Rangers Ballpark, which has been his home ground for all but last of his thirteen major league seasons. He stated that his timer in Texas is his best time as professional.

Young stated that he came kind of confident and stubborn, with a whole lot of things to learn. In a lot of ways was still immature, attempting to figure out who he was, and what he wanted to do and what he wanted to be about, and he figured it all out there.

Young, who is a 7 time All Star, is a Texas career leader with 2230 hits. The thirty seven year old infielder ended his career with 1970 matches for Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Dodgers and Philadelphia.

Rangers got Young from Raptors in 2000s July with reliever Darwin Cubillian, for their pitcher Esteban Loaiza. Michael made his debut at the major league playing two times in the seasons final weekend, in Liverpool

Michael became a regular player in Texas lineup after he was called up in May next season. Rangers went from being a last position team to straight World Series in the year 2010 and 2011. Last winter, he was traded to Philadelphia, after that to Dodgers in Augusts end before the playoffs.

Young told that his boys are the driving reason why his playing days are over. You have got to be there with them, you have to be there for every success, every failure. If something does not go right, he want them to see his first.