Danny Young Death – Former Chicago Cubs Baseball Pitcher Danny Young of Woodbury, Tennessee has sadly passed away. He died on Sunday 11th June 2023 at the age of 51. He was confirmed dead by Cannon County Baseball in a publication made on its Facebook handle that reads “The Lions baseball team would like to send their condolences to the family and friends of Danny Young”. The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of Danny Young’s death has not been known at the time this report was made.
Danny Young Birth
Born in Woodbury, Tennessee on November 3, 1971, Danny Young was a baseball player drafted by the Houston Astros from Cannon County High School in the 83rd round of the 1990 draft. Young’s time spent pitching in the major leagues was limited to just four games with the Chicago Cubs in the year 2000. This marked the end of Young’s major league career. His first game in the major leagues, which took place against the New York Mets in the Tokyo Dome on March 30, 2000, was undoubtedly the performance that stands out in his mind the most.
During that game, Young was called upon to pitch the top of the 11th inning with the intention of maintaining the 1–1 tie that had developed. After getting the first two outs of the inning out of the way swiftly, he proceeded to load the bases before allowing Benny Agbayani of the Mets to hit a grand slam home run. The four runs that were surrendered ended up being the decisive factor in the game, as the Cubs were unable to score in the bottom of the inning, resulting in a 5-1 loss to the Mets.
Danny Young Baseball Career
Danny played for the Asheville Tourists in the South Atlantic League from 1992-93, where he went 3-10 with a 4.28 ERA in 20 starts in 1992, and had a record of 5-14 with a 6.12 ERA, 2 complete games, and a shutout in 32 games (24 starts) in 1993. The Astros released him on April 1, 1994, and he soon signed with the Pirates. That season, he played for Augusta and high-A Salem, making 21 appearances (9 starts) and going 2-5 with a 3.38 ERA and striking out 73 batters in 66.2 innings pitched with the GreenJackets.
In 1995, Danny appeared in 6 games for Augusta and 24 games for Lynchburg. He was 1-0 with an ERA of 2.51 and made 2 starts at Augusta. At Lynchburg, he was mainly used as a reliever and went 2-4 with a 7.40 ERA. In 1996, he returned to Augusta, making 22 appearances and starting only once. He struck out 36 in 33.2 innings, with a record of 0-4 and a 5.88 ERA, along with 2 saves.
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