Dmitri Young has lost a ton of weight

Dmitri Young was known to many as “Da Meat” or “Da Meat Hook” during his 14-year MLB career. If you saw him now, you might not understand why. Young looks like a completely different person from the one that played 50 games with the Washington Nationals in 2008. The 40-year-old visited some of his former […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-MLBer sells card collection for $2.5M

Photo courtesy of SCP Auctions Former Major Leaguer Dmitri Young has shown that collecting baseball cards isn’t only for kids. But unlike most kids, Young kept his in tip-top condition and was able to profit from pieces of cardboard with depictions of players of years past and present. He sold his rather impressive collection, comprised solely of rookie cards, in an online auction...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
May 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Dmitri Young Is All Skinny Now

Dmitri Young, our sixth-most blogged-about person of 2008, weighed in at 291 pounds once, the year after batting .320, and he’s looked pretty much the same ever since. Here’s what Da Meathook is looking like now, though, (via Nats Enquirer): There’s no telling what the secret to his success is (massage therapy perhaps?), but word is he’s lost 70 pounds, which is 20 more than two...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
December 06, 2011  |  Discuss

No matter what hurtful, absurd, things Jim Bowden says, we will always love him.

  (AP Photos/The Washington Times, Peter Lockley. Sometimes, we long for the halcyon days of Jim Bowden and his Segway.) "Following in the footsteps of Paul LoDuca and Dmitri Young, another bad [signing] by the Nationals. This time by a new GM, at least. ...At least a different GM is making this decision along with Stan Kasten and the organization." (Jim Bowden, via SIRIUS...
Via Nationals Enquirer
December 08, 2009  |  Discuss

Portraits of Da Meathook as a Young Man

MLB Network aired the debut of ?We Are Young: A Baseball Family? last night, and I watched it this afternoon while working. Actually, I didn?t really watch it so much as gaze at the screen whenever older brother Dmitri was talking. You can blame me for that if you like, but it?s a two-hour program, [...]
Via Mr. Irrelevant
March 03, 2009  |  Discuss

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