Found February 10, 2012 on
Johnny Narron keeps the faith in Josh Hamilton.
BEST OF MAXIM
TO PAY OFF STUDENT LOANS?
We think we’ll call this a sob story.
Some poor sap is trying the sell a game-worn Josh Hamilton (your 2011 AL MVP!) jersey to pay off a student loan debt. The price: $37,103.70, which is also what someone owes the federal government for their student loan payment.
The auction is happening on eBay and in addition to the photos of the jersey and description, there’s also a copy...
For whatever reason, the Josh Hamilton "relapse" story was a big one last week.And I get it, the Texas Rangers star is the drug and alcohol rehabilitation poster child, but just as the story was fading into the night...there's this.Not only was dude hammered, but he went all Roethlisberger at the Dallas eatery and relapsed in the bathroom with a lady...ifyouknowwhatImean...
When asked for his advice on how the Rangers should deal with the recent Josh Hamilton relapse, Curt Schilling said the organization needs to get Hamilton everything they can to help him get his life back in order.
"This kid's a once in a generation talent," Schilling said on The Ben and Skin Show KESN-FM. "The story to get where he's gotten is worth a movie...
There’s some salacious rumors going around right now about Josh Hamilton.
I really, really hope that they’re not true. But if they are–I forgive the guy.
For Christmas I came across Hamilton’s book Beyond Belief: Finding the Strength to Come Back at the book store and decided it would make a great Christmas gift for my wife. Hamilton is her only athlete crush and I think...
Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton visited doctors for both Major League Baseball and the players' association this week after admitting to a relapse with alcohol.
After his admittedly "weak moment" in which he had "three or four" drinks during dinner and more later in the evening, Hamilton met with doctors on Monday.
General manager Jon Daniels said...
The Rangers announced Tuesday night that Shayne Kelley has been named a major league staff assistant and part of his duties will be to support Josh Hamilton.
Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd, Josh Hamilton and Mickey Mantle had varying degrees of success in the big leagues. But how much better could they have been if not for their harmful use of alcohol and/or drugs?
(Spend $190m on players talent + uncertainties at the back of the rotation) x owners own another sports team = small market team.
I’ve (only slightly) simplified his argument but that is the basic thesis of Jon Heyman’ latest column. Fresh off declaring that Josh Hamilton’s recent relapse means he should feel morally obligated to turn down a multi-year contract extension...
RSBS Special Correspondent and part time ninja, Mr. Johanna Mahmud reports:
Sunday in the Park with George
I want children so I can play dodge ball with them or at the very least have them pose while I paint a mural of them getting eaten by large cats for my own amusement. But that’s not why I called…
In my favorite Mandy Patinkin musical he sings “I need to finish the hat”...