Seven-time All-Star Michael Young has decided to call it a career, reports Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports and the Dallas Morning News.

Young had "three good offers," per Rosenthal, but instead elected to begin spending more time with his family. The Youngs aren't likely struggling financially anyway, as Young has banked over $90 million in his career, according to baseball-reference.com.

Young, 37, hit .279/.335/.395 (102 OPS+) with 26 doubles, five triples, eight homers and 46 RBI for the Phillies (126 games) and Dodgers (21 games) last season -- his first for anyone other than the Rangers, for whom he spent 13 seasons.

On his career, Young finishes with a tidy .300 average along with a .787 OPS (104 OPS+). He accrued 2,375 hits, including 441 doubles, 60 triples and 185 homers. Young led the majors in hits twice (2005, 2011) and led the AL with a .331 batting average in 2005.

The All-Star Game was also a pretty good stage for Young. Back in 2006, he had a two-RBI, two-out triple off Trevor Hoffman to put the AL on top 3-2 in the top of the ninth, which would end up being the final score. Young won the MVP for the game. Also, in the 2008 All-Star Game, Young hit a walkoff sacrifice fly to finally end the 15-inning affair in Yankee Stadium.