Young was arrested in Miami on Sunday night, Buster Olney of ESPN reports.
The 30-year-old was released by the Orioles in July and has been a free agent since then. It's currently unclear whether he'll be charged or if he'll be disciplined by the MLB, but this situation won't help him attract potential suitors for his services.
Orioles outfielder Delmon Young has had a rough go of things at the plate so far in the month of June. In seven games this month, the veteran is batting .214 (6 for 28) with one RBI and zero extra-base hits.
Young finished May on a hot streak, batting .333 over his final 10 games of the month. He's been seeing some more regular playing time following the recent trade of Alejandro De Aza, but he's now trying to find some consistency at the plate as his season batting average has dropped to a .286 clip.
Orioles right fielder Delmon Young went 3 for 4 with a walk and two solo home runs in his team's 9-5 loss to the Rays on Sunday.
Young opened the scoring with a first-inning blast then came back with another in the third inning to tie the game at 2-2. He hadn't homered in 115 at-bats coming into the game before racking up home runs in consecutive at-bats. Young has hit .303/.331/.395 with 13 RBI in 119 at-bats.
Orioles outfielder Travis Snider is starting in right field and hitting second for the nightcap of Thursday's doubleheader against the White Sox. Snider was the final out as a pinch-hitter in the first game, which the Orioles dropped 3-2.
Snider will take the place of Delmon Young, who went 2 for 4 in the first game, but is not in the lineup for the second game.
Following a three-game absence from the lineup, Orioles outfielder Travis Snider is starting in left field on Wednesday against the Astros. For the first time this season, Snider will bat in the No. 2 hole in the lineup.
Snider has been mostly a part-time player this season, splitting time in the outfield with David Lough, Delmon Young and Steve Pearce, who is starting in right field on Wednesday.
This season, Snider is hitting .270/.356/.371 this season with four doubles, and one home run.
The Orioles rested two starting outfielders on Sunday.
Left fielder Travis Snider is out of the starting lineup, replaced by David Lough.
Lough will bat second and play left for the seventh time this year.
In right field, Delmon Young is out of the lineup, replaced by Alejandro De Aza. It's De Aza's eighth start, and he'll bat eighth in the lineup.
Orioles outfielder Delmon Young returned to the starting lineup and is batting sixth for the fourth time this season Friday against Angels, per MASN Sports.
Young started six straight games before getting a breather on Wednesday. He is hitting .291 (23 for 79) with four doubles and 10 RBI in 23 games played.
Baltimore is favored (-128) at home against the Angels, per VegasInsider.com.
After starting six straight games, Orioles outfielder Delmon Young is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays. Young has just five hits over those six games, so manager Buck Showalter thought it best to give him a day off (he actually gets two days off with the team off on Thursday).
David Lough will take over in left field on Wednesday, while Alejandro De Aza covers right field. Adam Jones will hit cleanup in the batting order.
After being held out of the starting lineup the last two games for the Orioles, Alejandro De Aza was back in there for manager Buck Showalter on Wednesday against the Mets. De Aza started in right field and hit leadoff against Mets' starter Jacob deGrom.
De Aza has been scuffling at the plate lately, collecting just three hits in his last 24 at-bats. But he returns to the lineup Wednesday, affording Delmon Young a day of rest.
Orioles torrid designated hitter Delmon Young has not only earned at-bats, but he has now earned a promotion in the lineup. He is batting third for the first time this season Monday against the White Sox.
Young has been on a tremendous tear to sweeten his slash line to .368/.400/.424. He is 13-for-29 since April 14 and has six multi-hit performances in his last eight games.
Delmon Young picked up five RBI on Sunday in the Orioles' lopsided victory over the Red Sox.
He went 3 for 6 overall in the game, with a double and three runs scored.
Young entered Sunday's game with two RBI in 32 at-bats this season.
The Orioles will rest three starters in Sunday's game against Boston.
Catcher Caleb Joseph, left fielder Alejandro De Aza and right fielder Travis Snider, who have combined for 36 starts this season at their respective positions, are all out of the lineup.
Ryan Lavarnway gets his fifth start of the year at catcher, batting eighth. Delmon Young is in right, batting fourth. It's his fourth start of the year but third in four days.
Steve Pearce will play left, starting for the third time this year. He's batting sixth.
The Orioles are +100 money line underdogs at home against Boston.
Orioles outfielder Delmon Young has a solid track record against starting pitcher Mark Buerhle. Young has a career .396/.429/.660 slash line in 53 at-bats against Buerhle, who starts Tuesday for Toronto.
Young will bat fifth Tuesday for Baltimore.
Delmon Young is in the Orioles starting lineup for the first time since April 14.
Young starts in left field for the first time this season on Sunday. Alejandro De Aza is out of the lineup.
Chris Davis starts at first base for the second straight game, with Jimmy Paredes at DH.
Orioles designated hitter Delmon Young is welcoming more at-bats and opportunities to play in the outfield this spring. On Wednesday, he cranked out three hits, including a home run against the Blue Jays.
"Delmon's a better outfielder than people give him credit for," manager Buck Showalter said, per MASN Sports. "He's running as good as he ever has. He came in here with that in mind, to remind us.
"I was looking at his grades the other day when he came out as a free agent. He's running like that again, he's throwing. He's an above-average thrower.
"Delmon is an option for us in the outfield. He's not a pure DH and that was one of the reasons why we wanted to bring him back. He's a little better out there than people think he is. It may not always look aesthetically pleasing, but tell me one time last year where you went, 'Wow, that really hurt.' He takes a lot of pride in it."
Orioles manager Buck Showalter is expecting to use a few players in right field to replace Nick Markakis, who signed a free-agent deal with the Braves in the offseason.
"We're equipped to have that be a two- or three-headed player," Showalter said of the Orioles' right-field situation which could include a combination of Travis Snider, Steve Pearce, Delmon Young, Alejandro De Aza and Chris Davis, per MLB.com. "It also allows us to keep everybody in the flow and have everybody make contributions with their skill set. But somebody steps out there and takes off with it … that's why I think Steve [Pearce] graduated a little bit from that [role as a part-time player]."
Orioles designated hitter Delmon Young is preparing for a bigger role this season and has asked to play right field in minor-league games when he doesn't travel with the team during the spring, MLB.com reports.
"Going back to right field, that's where I spent most of my time my whole life," Young said. "Having platoon splits and everything, I don't mind going back to right field. Left field, I don't too much care to be over there, but right field is a lot more comfortable. It's where I played, where I have most of my reps at in the minor leagues."
Young signed a one-year, $2.25-million deal to remain in Baltimore this season after hitting .302/.337/.442 with seven home runs and 30 RBI in 242 at-bats last year. The team will have ample playing time available to distribute with the departures of Nelson Cruz and Nick Markakis this offseason.
Orioles outfielder Delmon Young could see more playing time this season, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Executive vice president Dan Duquette said the team was happy with Young's contribution in a part-time role in 2014, but added that Young could see his playing time increase this year. "Depending on how the team is structured, he could have a more vital role this season," Duqette said.
The Orioles are still looking to for a replacement for Nelson Cruz, and Young could be used to take some of those at-bats. The club has also flirted with Colby Rasmus, but nothing has been accomplished on that front.
Young hit .302/.337/.442 in 242 at-bats last year.
The Orioles have announced the signing of outfielder Delmon Young on a one year deal.
The two sides came to an agreement in December, but the deal was contingent on a physical. Young passed the physical, and is officially a member of the club. He's set to make $2.25 million next season, and can earn up to $750,000 in incentives.
Young hit .302/.337/.442 in 242 at-bats last year.
The Orioles have agreed to a one-year deal with outfielder Delmon Young worth $2.25 million, CBSSports.com baseball insider Jon Heyman reports. The deal is pending a physical in January.
Young had been in dicussions with the Orioles in November but was reported to be seeking a two-year deal after hitting .302/.337/.442 line with seven home runs and 30 RBI in 242 at-bats with Baltimore in 2014. The two sides were said to be back in discussions earlier in December and have now come to terms on a deal. Young made more than half of his appearances with the team in the designated hitter role last season, but it's possible he could be used more in the outfield with the team losing multiple outfielders this offseason.