He took up baseball when his '90s boy band folded.
"None of this would've been possible without God at my side, but I truly have to thank Albert Pujols for setting such an inspirational example," said Hamilton in a postgame press conference. "Tonight goes out to you, Albert. We miss you."
Leading the league with 14 long balls, Hamilton has been exacting an uncanny Pujols impression in the first month of the season. His astonishingly quick swing, delivered with brutal precision, is a ghostly reminder of Pujols' storied career with the St. Louis Cardinals, where he established himself as the most feared hitter of his generation.
"I know he's not with us anymore, but I can't shake the feeling that Albert was helping me tonight," said Hamilton. "I'd like to think his spirit lives through my bat."
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They'll be sad to know that their souvenir baseball will quickly burn up in hell beside them.
Don't laugh at him. He's probably carrying a gun.
Looks like someone got into Ron Washington's stash.
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Either way he goes home happy. And sad.
Don't laugh. She was born that way.
Some context: this guy once was just excited about Daisuke Matsuzaka.
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Mrs. Claus is hotter than I expected.