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AUSTIN, Texas – AUSTIN – In a move that might earn him a place in one of the Hall of Fame’s class of 2018, Texas Rangers first baseman Josh Hamilton was selected Sunday as Texas’s 2018 Hall of Famer.The 20-year-old junior played a major role in helping the Rangers win their first World Series since 1908.In 2010, Hamilton took home the Gold Glove as the first hitter with 100 or more hits in an AL-best 116 games, and was named AL Rookie of the Year for 2009. It was also a first for a Blue Jays second baseman.Hamilton said he expects to get to know Texas soon enough.”The relations우리카지노hip is mutual and we both love playing for each other and Texas a lot,” he said. “I know I’m going to be playing for some of the greatest Hall of Fa우리카지노mers ever to be played and I’m looking forward to meeting some of them.”Hamilton, the first overall selection in the 2009 MLB Draft, is hitting.281 with 49 homers and 117 RBIs for the Rangers. He’s also the Rangers’ all-time leader in hits, runs, walks and OPS.In addition to hitting for a.274 batting average, Hamilton hit for a.272 avera바카라ge during his junior season. That led the Blue Jays to draft him with the No. 10 overall pick in 2011.