FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) With 61 players in spring training with the Minnesota Twins, the paths taken to major league camp are many. Mark Hamburger's winding journey included a month in rehab. ''I don't believe in coincidences, so all that stuff that happened to me and even stuff that's going to continue to happen, whatever path I take I know that it's meant to happen,'' Hamburger...
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March 01, 2015 | Discuss
Professional baseball has been a strange road for 27-year-old Mark Hamburger. In 2011, four years after the Minnesota Twins signed him as a non-drafted free agent, Hamburger pitched in five games for the Texas Rangers. Since that time he’s meandered through the minors with multiple organizations and played a season of indie ball with his […]
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