The Mets released Young in August and he debuted with the Yankees in September, homering in three straight games.
Miami third baseman Casey McGehee and Seattle pitcher Chris Young were selected as Major League Baseball’s comeback players of the year.
Miami Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee and Seattle Mariners pitcher Chris Young were named the National League and American League Comeback Players of the Year on Friday.
New York Yankees fans aren't looking to grow accustomed to the team missing out on the playoffs. The front office will have plenty of work to do this season to build a postseason contender, and they've apparently found a way to secure...Show More Summary
The Yankees are hoping they're getting the Chris Young who flourished in a late-season stint in pinstripes and not the outfielder who stumbled in Queens. The Yankees and Young agreed on a one-year deal Saturday, a source confirmed.
Major League Baseball announced the 2014 Comeback Players of the Year in the American and National Leagues Friday, and they got both of them right. Seattle Mariners right-hander Chris Young was bestowed with the honor in the AL, after...Show More Summary
Chris Young played only 23 games for the Yankees last season, but that was apparently enough for them to want him back.
That would be the really tall Chris Young who pitched for the Mariners, if you needed clarification. Marlins third baseman Casey McGehee and Mariners right-hander Chris Young were named the Comeback Players of the Year in the National League and American League, respectively, on Friday by Major League Baseball. Show More Summary
Unassuming country music star Chris Young describes himself as "a normal dude who just happens to have a really freakin' cool job." While the "cool job" part is clear-he's toured with everyone from George Strait to Miranda Lambert-Young's accomplishments place him squarely ahead of the "normal dude" pack. Show More Summary
Seattle starter Chris Young got hit hard and the Mariners missed a chance to move up in the AL playoff race, yielding five home runs Saturday night in a 10-1 loss to the Houston Astros.
Chris Young stole home in his latest surprising September performance, and the New York Yankees beat AL East-leading Baltimore 3-2 Saturday, ending the Orioles' longest winning streak of the season at six.
After losing a doubleheader to the Orioles on Friday, the Yankees bounced back, led by the ex-Met Chris Young.
Chris Young’s run of recent success with the Yankees can’t sit well with Mets fans. They were the ones who were supposed to be rejoicing at big hits and game-winning home runs.
Brandon McCarthy appropriately called it a “lifeline” for a dying ballclub. From the outside looking in, it felt more like the mother of all late-season miracles, Mets castoff Chris Young reborn as a Yankee hero, hitting his second game-winning home run in a span of some 18 hours.
Chris Young can’t do it all by himself. The outfielder belted a go-ahead home run in the 11th inning, then watched Adam Warren cough it up in the bottom of the frame as the Orioles rallied for a 2-1 win over the Yankees in the first game of the day-night doubleheader.
Losing has consequences. That's what the Rays rookies found out Thursday night after getting beat at Yankee Stadium by a walk-off three-run homer from ex-Mets bust Chris Young.
A three-run homer by Chris Young in the ninth helped the Yankees secure a win in a game where they were held hitless by the Rays for seven and one-third innings.
Chris Young broke up Alex Cobb's no-hit bid in the eighth inning and then launched a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth that rallied the New York Yankees to a 5-4 victory Thursday night over the stunned Tampa Bay Rays.
Die hard, featuring the New York Yankees. After 142 games in which the Yankees couldn't overcome a single four-run deficit to win they now - deep in 'must-win' territory - have done it two nights in a row.
Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Alex Cobb had a no-hitter until one out in the eighth inning, when Chris Young of the Yankees doubled to knock him out of the game. Rays starter Alex Cobb has a no-hitter through seven innings against theShow More Summary