Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Delmon Young laments usage of fielders in baseball

Delmon Young has had little but brief flashes of small success this season, after signing a deal that nets him more money to lose weight and start at a non-ideal position.

Delmon Young laments usage of fielders in baseball

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Delmon Young admits his biggest problem is that the Phillies often are playing other teams.  (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)
Delmon Young admits his biggest problem is that the Phillies often are playing other teams. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)

Delmon Young has had little but brief flashes of small success this season, after signing a deal that nets him more money to lose weight and start at a non-ideal position.

Young explained to the media this weekend why he has struggled.

Delmon Young is constantly one opposing team away from being your NL MVP.

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