Report: Rangers' Josh Hamilton off the wagon

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  1. R-14Driver

    R-14Driver Well-Known Member

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    DALLAS (AP) — Rangers outfielder and recovering drug addict Josh Hamilton had a relapse earlier this week when he drank alcohol at a bar, The Dallas Morning News reported Thursday night.

    The newspaper, citing unidentified "individuals familiar with the episode," reported Hamilton was drinking at a Dallas area bar Monday.

    In a statement to the newspaper, the Rangers said they were "aware of a situation, but we don't have further comment at this time."............

    Report: Rangers' Josh Hamilton off the wagon | kens5.com San Antonio
     
  2. R-14Driver

    R-14Driver Well-Known Member

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    This is very sad news . That kid has such a natural swing and the demons seem to get him now and then . I wish Josh nothing but GOOD in his future .
     
  3. mud

    mud Wonderin'

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    I feel sorry for Josh Hamilton also but well known sports figures with addiction problems should not be drinking in public.
     
  4. nightowl

    nightowl Active Member

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    Not that its an excuse but maybe he couldnt't deal with the fact that he tossed the ball to the guy that fell to his death.
     
  5. mud

    mud Wonderin'

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  6. Starkravinloon

    Starkravinloon Hero's Falling At Home

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    This kid had everything going right for him...Maybe Nolan will try to see it,to give him one more chance...But he can't screw up again...
     
  7. Woody

    Woody Sons of Trump

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    He's not doing anything illegall, and seems like a good guy...plus + "He play's a good game "

    There should be no punishment (He does enough to himself already)...just play ball, and put it behind you.

    If He continues to be a distraction, and continues to drink, or drug....His day's will be numbered anyway. There our plenty of guy's who have big problems with alcohol/drugs...and they don't even try to get help ?
     

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