Jan 30 2:08p
Young has decided to retire, Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports.
The Dodgers had a deal out to Young, as did a couple other teams, but the 37-year-old has decided he'd rather spend time with his family than play another season. Young was remarkably durable throughout his 14-year major league career, appearing in 147-plus games in all but one of his final 12 seasons, and earning an impressive seven All-Star selections along the way. He'll walk away from the game with a .300/.346/.441 career batting line and 185 home runs.