Found May 07, 2012 on Dallas Sports Rant:
It’s been two weeks since the last WiR, so let’s whip through everything really quick. The last week in April saw the Rangers abuse the Yankees, and then lose three series in a row to the Rays, Blue Jays and Indians. Josh Hamilton and Adrian Beltre were both in and out of the lineup, and [...]

Hamilton sets AL record with 18 bases in game

Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton set an American League record on Tuesday night when he gathered 18 total bases in a game after going 5-5 with four home runs and a double in a 10-3 Rangers win over the Baltimore Orioles. Hamilton became the 16th player in Major League history to hit four home runs in a game. "It is just an absolute blessing from above," Hamilton...

Video: Josh Hamilton Hits 4 HR’s

It must be nice to take a look at the American League stat leaders in Average, HR’s and RBI and see your name at the top of each of the three lists. That’s exactly what Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton is able to see when he looks at the stat leaders. Hamilton put up one of the best nights of hitting in the past decade, where he went 5-5, hitting 4 HR’s and driving in...

Will Josh Hamilton Lead the Major Leagues in Home Runs?

Josh Hamilton accomplished one of the rarest feats in all of baseball on Tuesday, blasting four home runs in a single game. The Rangers outfielder is only the 14th player to ever do that, putting him in rare company considering 21 players have pitched perfect games. Hamilton has been on a tear all year long so far, mashing 14 home runs through 27 games, which would put him on pace...

Josh Hamilton 14, San Diego Padres 12

If you have been idly wasting your time and preparing for the end of the world correlating with the Mayan calendar dated December 21, 2012, perhaps, you've missed the sizzling play of the Texas Rangers Josh Hamilton. Hamilton hit four home runs on May 8, 2012 against the Baltimore Orioles in an obvious sign of solidarity supporting the hypothesis the end is near based on the aforementioned...

"God Protect's Fool's and Drunk's!"................

Last night Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton hit 4 home runs. Hamilton thumped the Baltimore Oriole pitching staff adding a double to his 4 home runs of the night to set the American League's single-game record for total bases with 18. Texas won last night's game 10-3.  After the game Hamilton told reporters,"Obviously it's, other than being...

In Celebration of Josh Hamilton…and the 6 Other Baseball Players I’d Pay the Most to See Play

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 Setting Impossibly High Bar for Red Sox to Measure Up With (Video)

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...

Hamilton erasing doubts about his future

It's hard to believe that about two months ago a fair amount of Rangers fans had made peace with Josh Hamilton likely wearing a different uniform next season. In the aftermath of an alcohol-related relapse and his subsequent comments that he didn't owe the Rangers organization anything, it seemed like a reasonable course of action to let him walk in free agency. Then April...

Texas’ Hamilton Makes History

Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton joined elite company Tuesday night, as the four-time All-Star slugged four home runs against the Baltimore Orioles and led the Rangers to a 10-3 victory. Only 16 hitters in MLB history have smacked four homers in one game, with the most recent player being Carlos Delgado on September 25th, 2003, when he was on the Toronto Blue Jays. All of Hamilton’s...

Josh Hamilton hits four home runs

Forget Philip Humber and Josh Hamilton, This Recent Individual Baseball Feat Was Even More Rare

Philip Humber pitched perfect game you say? So what? So did 20 other guys. Josh Hamilton hit four home runs in one game? Whoop-de-frieking-do. 15 guys did it before him. But an unassisted triple play? Now that’s a truly rare baseball feat. In fact, it has happened only 15 times in modern MLB history, the most recent being turned by Eric Bruntlett of the Phillies back in 2009....

Video: Former Red goes deep four times in a game

Your browser does not support iframes. Former Red and current Texas Ranger Josh Hamilton became only the 16th player in MLB history to club four homers in a single game on Tuesday night. He currently leads all of baseball with 14 of 'em on the year. Oh, what could've been had the Redlegs kept him.

Rangers-Orioles game postponed by rain

BALTIMORE (AP) -- 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...
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