I saw it in my inbox: the MLB Morning Lineup. They send you contract and free agent information, human interest stories, and other things to keep fans satiated during the off-season. I had almost thought of unsubscribing, but hadn't. "Former Rangers star, batting champ Young retires". I died a little; I saw the Rangers occasionally on ESPN, but I knew who Michael Young was. He switched positions 3 times, because the team asked him to do it. He has that look; it's that, "I love this game so intensely, it makes other players uncomfortable" look. You probably don't know how hard it actually is to play multiple positions at this level. Well, neither do I, but it doesn't just happen. This dude was an All-Star 7 times in 14 years, at the same position and in the same league as some guy named Alex Rodriguez. He was your American League batting champion in 2005. Ask the Rangers who led them to back-to-back World Series appearances in 2010 and 2011; they'