Bonderman Plunks Delmon Young, Who Then Screams at His Own Team

Well this is really getting awesome in the final innings.

After the warnings were issued in the bottom of the 8th, Bonderman hit Delmon Young in the leg with the first pitch in the top of the 9th. Young rolled around in pain for a few seconds before getting up and proceeding to point and yell … at his own dugout. He had to be restrained by Ron Gardenhire, who escorting him to first. I really have no idea what Young was doing. Perhaps yelling at the pitchers for causing all of this? Or maybe angry that his teammates didn't rush the field, ready to brawl? Who knows. Young hasn't always been the most mentally stable athlete to start with.

Bonderman was immediately tossed from the game. Remember: the Tigers still have to come to the plate in the bottom of the inning.

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