|Devil Rays' Young could miss season finale after angry outburst|
|Written by Admin|
|Saturday, 29 September 2007 11:16|
Young was replaced by Greg Norton in right field in the bottom of the sixth after he failed to run out a grounder to third in the top of the inning.
``I'm not the only one doing it,'' Young said after the game. ``I play every day. I don't complain about going out there. I'll see you guys next year because I'm shut down tomorrow.''
Young has played in all 161 games so far this season and is batting .289 with 13 homers and 93 RBIS.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said he had not spoken with Young about whether he would play in Sunday's season finale.
``I haven't told him anything yet,'' Maddon said.
The No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 draft, Young has struggled to keep his temper in check during his time in professional baseball. He received a 50-game suspension after flipping his bat into the chest of a Triple-A umpire in 2006, and was suspended three games by the Southern League for bumping an umpire while playing for Double-A Montgomery in 2005.
Young, who was named minor league player of the year by Baseball America in 2005, is the younger brother of Washington first baseman Dmitri Young.