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Make sure to join the Fantasy Fix's $250 FREEROLL on DailyJoust.com today! It's a $1 million dollar roster and it's FREE so... Click to enter.This is why you shouldn't worry about an innings cap on Stephen Strasburg. In six innings against the Pirates on Thursday, the Nationals ace struck out 13 (including seven straight), allowed one run, and picked up a victory while throwing 103 pitches. It's proof that even if the Nats limit him to around 175 innings in his first full season back from Tommy John surgery, he will produce more in those innings than 90 percent of other starters will in 225 innings. So don't buy into the fear that you should trade Strasburg before he gets shut down before the end of the season. Hang onto him, don't expect him to go eight or nine innings in a game, and hope the Nationals stay in the pennant race so they are pressured into keeping him on the mound late in the year. Don't trade Josh Hamilton either. You probably knew th...
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With every swing of his mighty bat, Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton appears to gain more leverage in his final year of his contract with the club.
Nights on Tuesday night don't hurt the cause either.
Hamilton's record-setting performance in Baltimore included four home runs and a new American League-record for total bases in a game with 18. Hamilton, 30, is now the...
Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton's two home runs on Friday night put him in historically-elite company to start the season. His 17 home runs ties him with the Philadelphia Phillies' Cy Williams (1923) and Washington Senators' Frank Howard (1968) for the most through a team's first 33 games, according to MLB.com. Williams had 47 RBI, Howard had 34 and Hamilton...
Josh Hamilton is playing out of his mind. The crazy thing is, what he's doing has nothing to do with luck; he's just that good. His talent level is so far above most major leaguers that it's borderline absurd. This is what I imagine the game of baseball looks like through Josh Hamilton's eyes right about now...
Joe touched on it this morning, but Hamilton has more...
Last night, Josh Hamilton crushed four home runs in a single game, becoming only the 16th player in MLB history do so.
Normally, that would sum up such a superlative single-game feat.
Not with Hamilton.
Is there anyone in the game today more fun to watch than Josh Hamilton? (Photo by User Keith Allison on Flickr via Wikimedia Commons)
Josh Hamilton – the best bang for your baseball...
Josh Hamilton made history on Tuesday night, which was pretty awesome. What hasn't been as awesome is the recent string of results for the Red Sox, losers in six of their last seven games. Hopefully, Jon Lester can help turn things around for the Sox on Wednesday against Kansas City, but it would be even better if the Sox could make some history of their own on top of that. NESN...
Do you see random sh$% while driving to work and think it needs to be seen by the masses? Does the guy who sits next to you at work look like a tool on a daily basis? Does your dog lick his balls in an odd fashion? Is your neighbor working on some sort of outer space vehicle behind his shed? We want your WTF photos.
Someone Who Deserves A Raise... Josh Hamilton, who tied a Major League record with four home runs Tuesday night for the Rangers. He's hitting .406 with 14 home runs and 36 runs driven in. Fortunately for Hamilton, his scorching pace comes in a contract year. He'll be a free-agent after the season and his salary of $15 million will get a considerable bump this winter.Someone...
Kendrys Morales had a pinch-hit, tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the seventh inning to lead the Los Angeles Angels to a 4-2 victory over the Texas Rangers on Saturday.
C.J. Wilson worked into the sixth for the Angels after becoming the first major leaguer in 11 seasons to start consecutive games. He had faced only five batters against his former team in the rain-interrupted series...
Corey and I agree, it’s our best episode yet. Lots of stuff to talk about this week:
Josh Hamilton makes history
Where Hamilton’s game stacks up next to other great performances
Pat rips Cole Hamels for his faux toughness
Bryce Harper steals home
The Nationals are for real
The Blue Jays sign Vlad Guerrero
Adam Dunn’s renaissance
Josh Beckett being booed out of Boston
I blogged about this when Stephen Strasburg made his debut, but with 19-year-old Bryce Harper now seemingly in a Nationals uniform to stay the situation has become intolerable. Washington has two of the most exciting, talented, compulsively watchable young players in their lineup that the grand old game has had grace its fields in a long time...
...and neither one of them has...
No matter how many home runs Josh Hamilton hits or how many Austrian newspapers refer to him as an ex-junkie for doing so, the story of the 2012 baseball season thus far has and will continue to be the struggles of Albert Pujols.
Some call it a slump. Some call it penance for what he did to the St. Louis Cardinals. Some just enjoy typing their favorite slurs behind a hashtag...
Wednesday night's game between the Texas Rangers and Baltimore Orioles has been postponed by rain.
The game was delayed for more than an hour before officials decided on the postponement. It will be made up as part of a single-admission doubleheader on Thursday beginning at 4:05 p.m. The second game will not start before 7:05, the starting time of Thursday's originally scheduled...
It was a very busy night Friday night. Overall, 42 home runs were hit. Among those were a pinch-hit grand slam, a game-tying ninth-inning blast, four multi-home run games, and an extra-innings go-ahead shot. Oh, and Josh Hamilton hit two more home runs. No lack excitement last night, that's for sure.
Let's get to the trots.
Home Run of the Day: Carlos Beltran, St. Louis...