|Delmon Young, accused of shouting an anti-Semitic slur, has pleaded guilty to aggravated harassment. (US Presswire)|
Free-agent outfielder Delmon Young has pleaded guilty to aggravated harassment and has been sentenced to 10 days of community service and must attend a program at the Museum of Tolerance, according to Tony Aiello of CBSNewYork.com.
The former Tigers outfielder was accused of shouting an anti-Semitic slur and tackling a man outside a New York hotel in April. The Tigers suspended him seven days without pay after the incident, in which it was reported Young was "highly intoxicated."
The 2012 American League Championship Series MVP hit .267/.296/.411 with 18 home runs for the Tigers last season. CBSSports.com has him ranked as the No. 14 outfielder available in free agency.