Michael Young on worst everyday MLB players list

Phillies infielder Michael Young. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

Sporting News ranked the worst everyday players in Major League Baseball by position and coming in at third base is Phillies infielder Michael Young.

Young, who makes $16 million this year, is hitting .271 on the season with a .334 on-base percentage and a .393 slugging percentage.

From Sporting News:

The question of why the Phillies didn’t trade this free agent-to-be at the non-waiver deadline has to flummox Philadelphia baseball fans, but that’s neither here nor there.

Technically, Young and Matt Dominiguez are tied with a 0.1 Fangraphs WAR, but using Baseball-Reference as a tie-breaker, Young gets the nod.

Also on the list are former Phillies outfielder Raul Ibanez, now with the Mariners, and former starting pitcher Joe Blanton, now with the Angels.

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