DETROIT (AP) – Major League Baseball has suspended Delmon Young for seven days following his arrest on a hate crime harassment charge last week in New York.

The commissioner’s office said Monday the suspension is retroactive to Friday, the day Young was arrested after a late-night tussle at his hotel during which police say he yelled anti-Semitic epithets.

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Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig said in a statement, “Those associated with our game should meet the responsibilities and standards that stem from our game’s stature as a social institution. An incident like this cannot and will not be tolerated.”

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Young is eligible for reinstatement from the restricted list May 4.

Tigers president Dave Dombrowski was scheduled to meet with the media Monday night.

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