I’ve been meaning to write about Josh Hamilton for a while now. I haven’t touched on it because it’s a very sensitive subject. It deals with addiction. It deals with unfulfilled potential. It deals with money, lots of it. And
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I was watching the Rays-Rangers game the other night when I heard an interesting statistic. As Michael Young stepped to the plate for the first time, the local announcers referred to him as the Texas Rangers’ all-time hits leader. Really?
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