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Delmon Young tosses bat at umpire, 2006

When he was a member of the Triple-A Durham Bulls, ex-Twins outfielder Delmon Young got in big trouble after tossing his bat at an umpire. Although Young apologized, he was suspended for 50 games in the 2006 incident.
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