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The Detroit Tigers are in some serious trouble after outfielder Delmon Young got cuffed.
He’s accused of a hate crime after tourists in New York say he was attacking a group of people and making anti-Semitic remarks directed at a panhandler, wearing a yarmulke.
This isn’t Young’s first run-in with the law.
In 2006, he was suspended for 50 games without pay for throwing a bat that hit an umpire.
Dang. Get it under control. All this is costing you games, placing you on the restricted list — AKA sidelines — for the three games series against the New York Yankees.