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Angels' Josh Hamilton sets lofty goals after disappointing 2014
Angels' Josh Hamilton sets lofty goals after disappointing 2014

Josh Hamilton didn’t hesitate Sunday when asked to list his personal expectations for 2015. “I’m going to say .300, 30 and 100,” the Angels left fielder said, referring to average, home runs and runs batted in. “Keep it simple. Those are very attainable.” They were in Texas, when Hamilton hit .305 and averaged 28 homers and 101 RBIs in five seasons (2008-2012) and won American League most valuable player honors in 2010. They’ve been far out of reach in Anaheim, where Hamilton has struggled since signing a five-year, $125-million deal. Hamilton, 33, slumped to a .250 average, 21 homers, 79 RBIs and 158 strikeouts in 2013, and he hit .263 with 10...

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