No Plea Deal For Tigers Outfielder Charged With Aggravated Hate Crime
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The Detroit Tigers player accused of making anti-Semitic remarks outside a city hotel will not be getting a plea deal.
Outfielder Delmon Young was in court Tuesday for a brief hearing.
He's due back on August 2.
Young is charged with aggravated harassment as a hate crime.
Police say he yelled anti-semitic slurs at a group of people outside a Manhattan Hilton Hotel in April and then got into a fight.
His lawyer says Young is a good guy who had a bad night.
The Tigers were in town to play the Yankees.