Video: Josh Hamilton Smacks Go-Ahead HR & Knocks in 100th RBI


Even though Josh Hamilton sat out a month, the Texas Rangers’ outfielder leads the major leagues in batting (.360) and slugging percentage (.636), has 32 home runs, tying a career high, and 100 runs batted in. Those statistics are meaningless to Hamilton and the Rangers if he can’t perform during the playoffs. The soon-to-be-crowned AL Batting Champion, and likely MVP, who suffered two small fractured ribs on September 4, finally returned to the Rangers line-up Friday night and went 0-4. Saturday night was a different story. In helping the Rangers defeat the Los Angeles Angels, 6-2, Hamilton got his mojo back with a go-ahead dinger in the fifth inning, a sacrifice fly in the seventh inning, giving him the magic 100 as well as a single in the eighth. While Hamilton is limited to the DH role for the time being, as long as he is active, the Rangers have a chance during the ALDS.

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