If you like baseball trivia, then there may be no former Pasadena City College athlete like Matt Young. An All-Metropolitan Conference First Team southpaw throwing ace pitcher for the Lancers, Young was drafted from PCC in Round 2, 49th overall by the Boston Red Sox in the ’78 draft and is the second highest draft pick ever of a PCC player. He accepted a scholarship to UCLA instead and pitched for the Bruins in 1979-80. He was drafted again in the 2nd round in the ’80 draft (32nd overall), this time by the Seattle Mariners. As a rookie in 1983, he made the All-Star Game and pitched a scoreless inning--ironically retiring another PCC Hall of Famer Darrell Evans (1966-67) in the process. He went on to pitch 10 seasons in Major League Baseball with five teams. As a member of the Red Sox, he hurled an 8-inning, no-hitter in a loss to Cleveland in 1992, and combined with Roger Clemens for a MLB record for the lowest hits ever allowed by two pitchers in a doubleheader—two. Young won a World Series ring as a reliever for the Oakland A’s in 1989. In 1990, he struck out four batters in an inning, which at the time made him just the ninth pitcher in an American League history to accomplish the feat.