ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Josh Hamilton hasn’t really thought much about baseball since knee issues ended his career, though he does miss playing at times. The 2010 AL MVP’s moments on the diamond these days are watching and sometimes coaching his daughters playing softball.

“I’ve been making up for lost time with my girls, being Dad. Got a ranch towards College Station, spending time there,” Hamilton said Monday, after the Texas Rangers said he would be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame. “Hadn’t really thought much of baseball. It’s one of things where I never cared too much about watching the game, but I loved playing it more than anything.”

Hamilton, who turns 38 on Tuesday, hasn’t been to a Rangers game since playing

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