Hamilton gets two year deal with Rangers

Josh Hamilton overcame eight trips to rehab for drugs and alcohol to return to baseball a superstar.

AL MVP Josh Hamilton and the Texas Rangers have agreed to a two-year contract that avoids an arbitration hearing next week.
The deal was reached Thursday, four days before a scheduled
hearing in Phoenix.
Hamilton said this week that the AL champions had approached his
agent about the possibility of a deal to cover his last two
arbitration-eligible seasons. Hamilton can become a free agent
after the 2012 World Series.
He hit a major league-leading .359 last season with 32 homers
and 100 RBIs despite missing most of the final month of the regular
season with broken ribs. He returned for end of regular season and
the playoffs.



 
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