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 in itself. He's proved healthy and clean what he is and what he can do. I want to see that guy again.
"At the end of the day he's human."
What makes Hamilton's situation more difficult is that a long-term contract extension is on the line. Should the Rangers refrain from rewarding him with a lucrative deal or step back and address it when Hamilton becomes a free agent?
As far as the business side is concerned, Schilling said a Hamilton contract would have to involve several clauses.
"Josh is a game-changer, he's a franchise-changer," Schilling said of Hamilton's talent. "I think you're going to see a contract that recog...