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 40 in 33 games. Hamilton's 40 RBI through 33 games are the second most in the Rangers history, trailing only Juan Gonzalez (42) in 1998. Hamilton has eight homers in his past five games, including the two he hit in Friday's 10-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels.