Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton made a costly decision in the first inning of todays game and will be sidelined for two months with a broken arm. Hamilton called it a "stupid play," and blamed his third base coach for the miscommunication and how it all turned out.
"The whole time I was watching the play, I was listening (to Anderson say), ‘Nobody’s at home. I want you to go. Nobody’s at home,’" Hamilton said. "I was like, ‘Dude, I don’t want to do this. Something’s going to happen.’"
“I listened to my coach,” he said, “and I went.”
Not only do the Rangers have a serious problem with Hamilton on the shelf, but they could have a internal rift developing if it continues.