The Texas Rangers have announced that former infielder, Michael Young, will become the next inductee into their franchise Hall of Fame.
Young was a Texas Ranger from 2000 to 2013 and has the team record in At Bats, Runs Scored, Hits, Total Bases, Doubles and triples and is a seven time All Star. Young would twice lead the American League in Hits (2005 & 2011) and won the Batting Title in ’05. He is also a five time Texas Rangers Player of the Year.
His overall statistics as a Texas Rangers includes a Slash Line of .301/.347/.444 with 2,230 Hits and 177 Home Runs. He finished eighth in MVP voting twice.
Young becomes the 20th player to make the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and he is ranked eleventh in our all-time Texas Rangers list.
We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to congratulate Michael Young for earning this prestigious honor.