Cincinnati Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton has been voted the National League Rookie of the Month for June. The 23-year-old speedster led the N.L. with 14 stolen bases while his 36 hits were tied for second. Hamilton paced N.L. rookies with 18 runs scored, three home runs, 10 doubles, 18 RBI, and a .500 slugging percentage. His .327 (36-for-110) batting average also was the highest among the League's rookies.
It's star wars weekend at GAB. Friday is fireworks night, set to Star Wars music. Saturday there is a Tshirt giveaway featuring Mr Red and Star Wars figures. Sunday they have a poster giveaway. Sounds Cool!
ARod suspended for the season, without pay. I hope he has some money saved up to get him through! . Seriously, why do some players feel they need to use performance enhancing drugs ? It reflects badly on them, detracts from the players who break records, etc and are not using the drugs and is bad for baseball. (my opinion)
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