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Deadspin's AJ Daulerio Discusses The Josh Hamilton Story

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Deadspin's AJ Daulerio Discusses The Josh Hamilton Story.

Plus, Do You Believe Big Papi, A-Rod Is Liberated & Town Hall Mess

The big news of the weekend in baseball was supposed to be the press conference of David Ortiz admitting, or not admitting, to using performance enhancing drugs. That presser took place at 12:30pm on Saturday afternoon.

Ninety minutes before, photos emerged of Texas Rangers All-Star Josh Hamilton -- recovering drug addict and devout follower of Christ...

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