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Topic - Chris Young
With most of the Seattle rotation on the disabled list, it was often-injured veteran Chris Young who provided a stabilizing element Sunday.
The New York Mets' opening-day lineup is not exactly what they had in mind.
Chris Young tossed shutout ball in his Seattle debut Saturday, providing a much-needed pitching boost for the Mariners as they closed spring training with a 2-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies.
The chief of state parks in Illinois must repay $7,200 of travel reimbursement he wasn't entitled to after inquiries by The Associated Press, the latest in a series of missteps at the Department of Natural Resources since February.
Capsules of American League West teams, listed in order of finish last year:
The Seattle Mariners hope Chris Young can solidify the back of their rotation until their staff gets healthy.
Five straight losing seasons. That's what the New York Mets have produced since moving into Citi Field.
A Davenport man will continue his 29-year marriage when he is ordained this summer as a priest in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport.
New York Mets outfielder Chris Young has prided himself on trying to make better contact and not worrying about pulling the ball this spring.
Alex Wood allowed an unearned run in four innings for the Atlanta Braves in a 3-2 win over the Washington Nationals on Wednesday in a game between split squads.
With his parents in the stands, Curtis Granderson put on quite a show.
The Nationals added some pitching depth, re-signing veteran Chris Young and adding reliever Gabriel Alfaro on minor-league contracts with invitations to spring training.
The Nationals made a minor move to bolster their pitching depth on Tuesday, re-signing veteran right-hander Chris Young to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training.
Chris Young readily admits he doesn't know how the next few days of his career will play out. The day he can activate the out clause in his minor league deal with the Washington Nationals is Sunday. His next start is scheduled for Monday.
Young didn't sign with the Washington Nationals until Feb. 21, nine days after pitchers and catchers had reported to camp and begun the slow process of building toward the season. So the 6-foot-10 right-hander is a bit behind the rest of the group.
DNR spokesman Chris Young says terms of the deal are still being worked out.
But Young says the die-offs that have happened in locations such as Citizens Lake in Monmouth and Eureka Lake in Eureka are normal in harsh winters.