BOSTON -- Delmon Young has a Tuesday morning court appearance in New York on an aggravated harassment charge stemming from his arrest last month in Manhattan.
Young is expected to attend the hearing and then take a flight back to Boston. Unless there's a flight delay, the Tigers are expecting him back in time for Tuesday night's game against the Red Sox.
Young was arrested in the early morning hours of April 27 after an incident outside the team hotel in midtown Manhattan. He faces possible second-degree aggravated harassment due to the investigation of possible hate-crime language.
Young has not commented on the matter due to the pending legal case. He has met with members of the Jewish community in the Detroit area and has been adamant that he is not the type of person portrayed by the hate-crime investigation.