Found February 25, 2014 on Redlegs Review:
Ever wonder what players do in their spare time during Spring Training when they're not honing their baseball skills? Reds outfielders Billy Hamilton and Donald Lutz gave us a little glimpse into their extracurricular activities last night via Twitter.Going to see @2chainz tonite in Phoenix #letsgetit— billy hamilton (@b_ham_3) February 24, 2014#2chainz about to turn up!
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