Next Quiz: Delmon Young or Other Type of Young?

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In the not very distant past (i.e. 45 minutes ago) my colleague David Temple challenged the readership to answer certain questions about Delwyn and Delmon Young — and to establish the differences lying therein.

While Temple was mainly concerned (like Isaiah Berlin’s proverbial hedgehog) with depth — that is, many qualities between just two Youngs, Delmon and Delwyn — here we concern ourselves (like the fox) with width, and the breadth (or, four, which is two more) of Youngdom that Western Civilization has produced.

To wit:




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6 Responses to “Next Quiz: Delmon Young or Other Type of Young?”

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  1. Greg W says:

    Stupid technology… but why waste a broken idea when the pageviews will come to you anyway?

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  2. MikeS says:

    My, my, hey hey,
    I did better when the quiz was done this way.

    Hey, hey, my, my,
    Delmon Young won’t let a pitch go by.

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  3. Matt says:

    If we’re talking about the width of Youngs, then why isn’t Dmitri in there?

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    • Illinois glass M. Michael Sheets says:

      Wouldn’t that just be adding depth to the Young/American Athelte category rather than width to the Young category?

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      • Toasty says:

        If anything, more baseballing Youngs should have been added to Temple’s Quiz. Perhaps Michael Young as well, unless we’re sticking with the “First names beginning with ‘D’” aesthetic.

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