Josh Hamilton is done with his personal spring training and ready to rejoin the Texas Rangers. The slugger flew to Cleveland Sunday to meet the team for the start of a three-game series against the Indians.
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Josh Hamilton is headed back to Triple-A before rejoining the Rangers. The team said that the 2010 AL MVP would return to Round Rock for home games through Saturday.
Josh Hamilton could be another week from getting back to the majors with the Texas Rangers.
Rangers star Josh Hamilton has joined Double-A Frisco on the next step in his path back to the major leagues. Hamilton was set to bat third and play center field on Saturday; he is expected to play at least four games for the Rangers.
Josh Hamilton said that his body feels good and he’s glad to be in a clubhouse again, though he isn’t sure how long it will be before he rejoins the Rangers.
Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton went 0 for 4 in a rehab appearance with Triple-A Round Rock on Monday night. Hamilton played left field for the game’s first seven innings.
Josh Hamilton is starting over, calling his return to baseball a “small miracle.” He’s recovering from shoulder surgery and had been working with the Rangers in Arizona since April 28.
Josh Hamilton knows, in hindsight, that he probably should have never left Texas. Now he has another shot at redemption in what could be his last chance in baseball.
With Hamilton on track to rejoin the Rangers in the majors later this month, after being traded back by the Los Angeles Angels, here are some of his highs and lows in Texas from 2008-12
Josh Hamilton played in extended spring training for the Rangers on Monday, his first game of any kind since last October.
The Rangers need Shin-Soo Choo to figure it out at the plate if they have any hope of success this year and, maybe more importantly, subsequent seasons.