new york yankees en Next Stop, The World Series: Tigers rout Yankees 8-1 for 4-game ALCS sweep <p>DETROIT (AP) - Max Scherzer capped a stupendous stretch for Detroit's starting rotation, and the Tigers advanced to the World Series for the second time in seven years by beating the New York Yankees 8-1 Thursday for a four-game sweep of the AL championship series.<br><br>Miguel Cabrera and Jhonny Peralta hit two-run homers in a four-run fourth inning against CC Sabathia, who was unable to prevent the Yankees from getting swept in a postseason series for the first time in 32 years.<br> Fri, 19 Oct 2012 01:21:23 +0000 The Associated Press 9532 at Next Stop, The World Series: Tigers rout Yankees 8-1 for 4-game ALCS sweep Detroit Tigers outfielder Delmon Young arrested in New York <p><strong>7:00 p.m.</strong></p><p>The&nbsp;Detroit Tigers&nbsp;issued a statement&nbsp;by Delmon Young:</p><blockquote><p><span style="font-family: 'Calibri','sans-serif'; font-size: 10pt">&quot;I sincerely regret what happened last night. I apologize to everyone I affected, the Ilitch family, the Detroit&nbsp;Tigers&rsquo; organization, my teammates, my family, and the great Tigers&rsquo; fans that have supported me since day one. I take this matter very seriously and assure everyone that I will do everything I can to&nbsp;improve myself as a person and player.&rdquo;&nbsp;</span><o:p></o:p></p></blockquote><p>The&nbsp;team&nbsp;also released by Young&#39;s attorney, Dan&nbsp;Ollen:</p><blockquote><p>&ldquo;I represent Delmon Young with respect to the incident that occurred last night. With this matter now in the legal system, Delmon is unable to make any further statements or discuss this matter in further detail. All future press or investigative inquiries should be directed to me. Let me be clear, there are many false allegations regarding the actions of my client and I am confident that the legal process will separate fact from fiction and discredit these reports.&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p></blockquote><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>4:00 p.m.</strong></p><p>The Detroit Tigers released this statement regarding Delmon Young&#39;s arrest:</p><blockquote><p><font face="Arial" size="3">We are aware of the situation, however it is our club policy not to comment on pending legal matters. As we understand it, this is an allegation and we need to allow the legal process to take its course. It would be inappropriate for us to comment further at this time. Per a provision in the Major League Baseball Basic Agreement, any allegation that involves alcohol is referred to MLB&#39;s Employee Assistance Program.</font></p></blockquote><p><strong>11:59 p.m.</strong></p><p>Detroit Tigers outfielder, Delmon Young, was arrested early this morning in New York on an &quot;aggravated harassment as a hate crime,&quot; according to the <a href=";ref=sports">Associated Press</a>.</p><p>The team is in New York for a three-game stand with the Yankees.</p><p>Here&#39;s what happened according to the Associated Press:</p><blockquote><p itemprop="articleBody">Young was standing outside of the Hilton New York at about 1:30 a.m., where he was staying ahead of a series with the New York Yankees that starts Friday night. Nearby, a group of about four Chicago tourists staying at the hotel were approached by a panhandler wearing a yarmulke. After, as the group walked up to the hotel doors, Young started yelling anti-Semitic epithets, police said.</p><p>It was not clear whom Young was yelling at, but he got into a tussle with the Chicago group, and a 32-year-old man sustained scratches to his elbows, according to police.</p><p>Both Young and the group went inside the hotel, and at some point, police were called, and Young was arrested, police said.</p></blockquote><p>Police said Young appeared to be intoxicated. He could be arraigned later today.</p><p>Delmon Young is the younger brother of former Tiger Dmitri Young. Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:00:32 +0000 Mark Brush 7232 at Detroit Tigers outfielder Delmon Young arrested in New York Detroit Tigers outlast NY Yankees to win Game 5, move on to ALCS <p>Don Kelly and Delmon Young hit first-inning home runs, Doug Fister and the Detroit bullpen held on and the Tigers edged the New York Yankees 3-2 Thursday night to win the deciding Game 5 of the AL playoff series.</p><p>The Tigers escaped jams all game and advanced to the AL championship series against Texas.</p><p>Jose Valverde shut down the Yankees in the ninth as the Tigers eliminated New York in the division series for the second time in six seasons.</p> Fri, 07 Oct 2011 03:56:12 +0000 The Associated Press 4482 at Detroit Tigers outlast NY Yankees to win Game 5, move on to ALCS