Josh Hamilton recently surprised a youth baseball team visiting the Louisville Slugger baseball bat factory in Kentucky.
Well, maybe some of the kids aren't as surprised as Los Angeles Angels fans would be if a cardboard display virtually came to life. But the West Louisville Warriors also got some baseball advice and batting tips from the veteran Major League slugger, who was a South Atlantic League All-Star for the Charleston RiverDogs in 2000.
Hamilton, 32, recovered from an early season slump in 2013 to hit .250 for the Angels with 21 home runs.
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