Flavored toothpicks, gum, and sunflower seeds — Josh Hamilton used them all last season to shed his addiction to chewing tobacco with the Rangers.
The Texas House has narrowly approved and sent to the Senate a bill cutting taxes on chewing tobacco by more than 30 percent but raising the price of some smaller brands of cigarettes.
Today is the 37th Great American Smokeout — the day when smokers are encouraged to make a plan to quit smoking.
Between tweets, emails, Facebook posts, texts, and prison mail I was receiving from Fan fans and Rangers fans alike, I decided to stand up and be…the voice of the people.
Josh Hamilton is trying to stop the dips — in his batting average and the chewing tobacco the Texas Rangers slugger has long used during games.
Baseball’s new labor deal will limit the use of smokeless tobacco by players, but not ban it during games, as some public health groups had sought.
Fans and health officials are speaking favorably about Arlington’s request that Rangers and Cardinals players refrain from chewing tobacco during the World Series.