Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 18 Days

Young's signing became official Friday after he passed his physical, MASN Sports reports.

Another outfield signing could be pending as the Orioles continue to court Colby Rasmus, but as of now Young is set to be a heavy contributor in 2015. In 2014, Young was .312/.357/.452 against left-handers, but he dipped to .282/.299/.424 against right-handers.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 26 Days

Young will take his physical next Wednesday before making his new deal with the Orioles official, MASN Sports reports.

Young's role remains to be determined as the Orioles continue to look for outfield help. At worst, he should platoon to hit left-handers as he did in 2014 when he slashed .302/.337/.442. At best, Young could fill a full time role in left field.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 1 Month

Young agreed to a one-year deal with the Orioles on Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Young had a decent season offensively in 2014, batting .302/.337/.442 with seven home runs and 30 RBI. He doesn't appear to be an everyday player anymore, but will likely see time both at designated hitter and in left field for the Orioles in 2015.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 4 Months

Young is out of the lineup Wednesday against against the Yankees, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Young will sit Wednesday for the third straight game in a row, with Nelson Cruz serving as the designated hitter and David Lough as the left fielder. Young is hitting .321 over 28 at-bats in September. The Orioles have already clinched their playoff spot, so the team may just be resting a few of their starters at this point.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 4 Months

Young is not in the lineup Monday against the Yankees, CSN's Rich Dubroff reports.

Young started the last two games for the playoff-bound Orioles but will return to the bench, as Alejandro De Aza and Nelson Cruz serve as the left fielder and designated hitter, respectively. Young is hitting .321 with a triple and three RBI in 28 at-bats this month.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 5 Months

Young is out of the lineup Friday against the Rays, Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com reports.

Young will sit Friday for a fourth straight day, with David Lough in left and Nelson Cruz serving as the designated hitter in the opener against Tampa Bay. There has been no word of an injury to Young, but it's possible he's dealing with something and the team just hasn't disclosed it yet.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 5 Months

Young is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Twins, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

With manager Buck Showalter preferring to give Adam Jones a day out of the field, Young will be bumped out of DH duties. He'll sit for the third time in four days, and may have to settle for part-time duty the rest of the way following the recent acquisitions of Kelly Johnson and Alejandro De Aza, who both figure to see semi-frequent at-bats themselves.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 5 Months

Young is out of the lineup Sunday against the Orioles, Eduardo Encina of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Young's path to regular playing time at DH and in the corner outfield became a little murkier Saturday with the acquisitions of Alejandro De Aza and Kelly Johnson, but neither player will take Young's spot in the lineup Sunday. Instead, Young will receive a routine day off, with David Lough joining the starting lineup in his stead. Because of Young's excellent offensive production this season, he still likely represents a better alternative than those other players, but if he were to start slumping, his at-bats could dry up quickly.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 5 Months

Young is out of the lineup Thursday against the Rays, Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com reports.

Steve Clevenger will serve as the designated hitter in the series finale against Tampa Bay, as Young sits after three straight starts. It makes sense, given Young's 2-for-10 career mark against Thursday's starter Jeremy Hellickson, but Young figures to continue seeing at least semi-regular playing time.

Delmon Young LF/DH BAL 5 Months

Young went 3-for-3 with one home run, three RBI, one run scored, one double and one walk Monday against the Rays.

Young has seen more playing time in August, but it hasn't resulted in increased production as he has seen his batting average decrease from .328 to .311. He has not hit over .300 since 2006 as a member of the Rays, so he may be starting to come back down to earth.