"I love this ballpark," Young said. "I don't know why, it's just one of those things. I liked the old place. ... I liked the old place better than this one. I always love playing in New York. It's a great atmosphere and a great environment. You're always playing against a good team, so you have to be locked in."
Young has hit in 18 straight games against the Yankees in New York. Hall of Fame second baseman Charlie Gehringer once hit in 21 straight games in the Bronx, the longest by a Yankees opponent. Young's .400 average here going into Monday's game is his highest in any American League ballpark.