ARLINGTON, Texas Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Jason Hatcher may have a fallback if his football career goes away.
The rest of the Cowboys who competed in Home Run Derby at Rangers Ballpark better stick to football.
The 6-6, 305-pound Hatcher won the derby and hit four legitimate home runs off former Rangers outfielder Kevin Mench. Two of the home runs went over the 404-foot wall in centerfield.
Hatcher definitely represented the good in the event that raised 43,000 the Salvation Army. The rest was a mixture of bad (Miles Austin, who at least avoided getting hurt) and the ugly (Dez Bryant's batting stroke, which was surprisingly effective).
"I can do it all, man," Hatcher said after beating Bryant in the final round. "I'm just kidding. I'm going to stick to football. I played a little bit at high school. I always knew I could hit. It felt good."
How dominant was Hatcher? Of the money raised, 19,000 came on balls he hit. It was 19,000 more than homer that came off the bat o...