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Former Twin Delmon Young hopes to reach deal in NYC hate-crime case

Detroit Tigers outfielder Delmon Young was back in court Thursday. Young's lawyer told the Associated Press his client is still trying to work out a deal with prosecutors in his alleged hate-crime harassment case. Young is accused of yelling anti-semitic remarks and tackling one victim to the ground outside a New York City hotel in April. He’s due back in court after the World Series.
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Detroit Tigers outfielder Delmon Young was back in court Thursday. Young's lawyer told the Associated Press his client is still trying to work out a deal with prosecutors in his alleged hate-crime harassment case. Young is accused of yelling anti-semitic remarks and tackling one victim to the ground outside a New York City hotel in April. He’s due back in court after the World Series.

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