The streak is over. Now what about the slump? On Sunday, Michael Young hit his first home run in more than three months and drove in five runs in the Rangers' 11-2 win over Toronto. It was Young's first homer since May 7, a career-long drought of 88 games and 349 at-bats. It was his first five-RBI game since April 2010. It was also only one game. At least when it came to results. Young said he believed that he's had better at-bats and used his hands better in the last two weeks or so, but he had yet to see results.