I guess you could say Josh Hamilton is the anti Albert Pujols. Hamilton hit not one, not two, not three but FOUR balls out of Camden Yards Tuesday night in a 10-3 Rangers win. He is hitting .406 with 14 homers and 36 runs batted in and the Rangers are now 20-10 atop the AL West. It is the 16th time in Major League history that a player has hit four homers in a game and the first since Carlos Delgado in 2003 against Tampa Bay. Hamilton has compiled 132 career homers over 7 seasons.
Texas 10, Baltimore 3 – Boxscore
It is unfortunate that only a little over 11 thousand fans had the opportunity to witness a historic game by Hamilton. The Orioles continue to draw poorly despite playing well.