Michael Young INF, 2000-2010, 11 seasons, all with the Texas Rangers, eight seasons with at least 155 games or more. In 2009, Young played in 135 games. Looking at nine seasons, 2002 through 2010, Young averaged 85 runs batted in, batted .303 on average during that time with 195 hits, 37 doubles, 96 runs scored, all averages.
In 2006, Young played in 162 games. He hit .314 that season with 52 doubles, 217 hits, 14 home runs, and 103 RBIs, part of a string of five consecutive seasons of more than 200 hits per season…in 2009, he batted .322 with 22 home runs, 10 stolen bases, however, saw the least amount of at-bats, 593, since his first full year with Texas (2002) where he played in just 106 games.
Post season stat capsule - six games, 2010 ALCS vs. NYY...9H/27AB (.333), 3 doubles, 4 RBIs, 12 total bases.
Young won a Gold Glove in 2008 and is also a six-time American League All-Star.
For more of his statistics, check out baseball reference.com