Tigers Outfielder Attends Court Date For Alleged Hate Crime Case
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Detroit Tigers outfielder Delmon Young spent his off day in New York dealing with his alleged hate crime case.
Young was in court Thursday for a hearing on the April 27 incident.
His team was in town at the time to face the Yankees when he allegedly fired Anti-Semitic remarks at a group of tourists and got into a fight with one of them.
He's charged with aggravated harassment as a hate crime and is due back in court in November.
His lawyer says they're discussing a possible "disposition that's acceptable to both parties."