Former MLB first baseman Mark Hamilton turns to medicine, neuroscience

Recently, I was blessed to have a conversation with a very fascinating former MLB first baseman named Mark Hamilton. Hamilton was a second-round pick in 2006 MLB Draft for the St Louis Cardinals after a successful college career at Tulane University. Hamilton was a First-Team All-American for the Green Wave, then continued to hit for power throughout 950 minor-league games over nine years in the Cardinals, Red Sox and Braves organizations. He made his ML debut on September 20th, 2010, in an away game at Miami, then picked up his first two ML hits on the 29th at home against the Pirates. Hamilton went 2-4 against RHP James McDonald in a 4-1 Cardinals win. After six seasons in the Cards’ organization, he was granted free agency and signed with the…


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