Wednesday a.m. Rangers stuff

BALTIMORE, MD - MAY 8: Josh Hamilton #10 of the Texas Rangers hits a two-run home run in the seventh inning during a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on May 8, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. Hamilton hit four home runs during the game to become the 16th player in MLB history to make the accomplishment. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

So, how about that Josh Hamilton?

T.R. Sullivan's game story focuses on Hamilton's four home run performance last night.

Jeff Wilson writes in his game story that, after home run #3, Hamilton's teammates believed that he was going get home run #4 if he got another chance to hit in the game.

Richard Durrett has his Rapid Reaction up at the ESPN Dallas site.

Behind the paywall, Evan Grant has a story on Hamilton's historic night.

Richard Justice has a column for mlb.com on Hamilton.

Durrett has a story with the reactions from Hamilton's teammates about yesterday's game.

Joey Matches looks at the historical significance of Hamilton's performance.

Evan Grant takes a look at the Rangers' minor league award winners for the month of April.

Sullivan's notes talk about Nelson Cruz saying he doesn't need a day off, Adrian Beltre at DH, and Mark Lowe's performance.

The S-T's notes talk about Beltre limping, Cruz and Mike Napoli having multiple hit games on Tuesday, and the Rangers' relievers not allowing walks.

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