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esnt mean he didnt feel the effects.It definitely hurt, especially because of how well I was playing and how much good golf I pu Antworten

CINCINNATI -- The Texas Rangers placed Josh Hamilton on unconditional release waivers Tuesday, though they hope his surgically rebuilt left knee is healthy enough to allow him to try for a spot with the team next season.Texas activated Hamilton off the 60-day disabled list and put him on waivers, a move that was expected. The 35-year-old outfielder had surgery on June 8 to reconstruct his ACL and repair cartilage damage. Hes hoping to be ready for spring training.It was Hamiltons third operation on the knee since September.General manager Jon Daniels said during a conference call that the move had to be done before the end of August, otherwise Hamilton wouldnt have been able to play for the Rangers until after May 15 next year under Major League Baseballs contract rules.Daniels had discussed the move with Hamilton, most recently on Tuesday.Im hopeful that if hes healthy and our roster is in a spot where wed still like to have him back, we can work it out, Daniels said. But thats still a few steps down the line.Weve talked about it for a period of time, and he understands why we did it.Hamilton is still rehabilitating the knee. Hes not expected to be cleared for workouts until December.Hamilton was the first overall pick in the 1999 June draft, but drug addiction nearly ruined his career. He returned to baseball with the Cincinnati Reds in 2007 and showed the promise that was nearly destroyed by drugs, batting .292 in 90 games with 19 homers and 47 RBI.The Reds traded Hamilton to the Rangers after the 2007 season in a deal for pitcher Edinson Volquez. Hamilton was a five-time All-Star with the Rangers and the 2010 AL Most Valuable Player. He left as a free agent after the 2012 season and signed a five-year, $125 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels.He was traded back to Texas last year, and the Angels agreed to pay the Rangers for all of his $24 million salary this season and $22 million of the $24 million he is due next year, the final year on his contract. He played in only 50 games last season, batting .253 with eight homers and 25 RBI.Hamilton opened this season on the DL recovering from knee surgery. During his first game of a rehab assignment, he felt discomfort in the knee and underwent surgery in June to rebuild the knee.Also Tuesday, the Rangers recalled right-hander Shawn Tolleson from the minors and put him on the 60-day DL, creating a spot for left-hander Derek Holland to return from the disabled list and start against the Reds. 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There have been collapses from seemingly insurmountable leads, down the stretch at major championships, even in recent months.On the scale of heartbreakers, Fowlers loss doesnt even register; he kicked away a 1-stroke, 54-hole lead to not only lose but fail to clinch an apparent Ryder Cup spot.That doesnt mean he didnt feel the effects.It definitely hurt, especially because of how well I was playing and how much good golf I put together during the week, but it was almost the opposite of Phoenix, said Fowler, referencing this years Waste Management Phoenix Open, where a 71st hole tee shot into the water led to a playoff loss to Hideki Matsuyama. I played well at Phoenix, but the last nine holes I did not miss a shot. I put it together, but a couple of bad breaks and Im on the losing end.Even the winningest professionals win tournament titles a small minority of the time, making each one of these close calls vitally important. When they dont go according to plan, it can often feel like a lost opportunity.All of which begs the question: How do players bounce back from these tough losses?Sticking to game plans, not wavering from what youve decided to do, said Fowler, who posted an opening 2-under 69 to begin his Deutsche Bank Championship title defense tied for 38th on Friday. I feel like Ive always been pretty positive on the golf course, not getting down on myself and trying not to dwell on the past. They all sound like clichés, but those are key things out there.Again, hes hardly the only player who has had to deal with the travails of trying to bounce back. In fact, ask any great player and theyll instantly recall a loss that hurt more than others.Jordan Spieths toughest defeat was a historic one. He led the Masters by 5 strokes with nine holes to play in April, only to eventually lose by 3.Recognizing the longevity of a career, recognizing how many chances youre going to get, and that kind of time and the poor memories, the poor experiences like this year at the Masters, if you keep your head down, keep doing your job, it will end up diminishing because youll end up getting back to that high point again, said Spieth, who won three staarts later at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational.ddddddddddddThe more times you prevail, the less you think about what happened in those tough times.He might not have received equal gratification from the event he won, but sometimes a tough loss can lead to an even bigger win afterward.When asked about this phenomenon, Zach Johnson instantly recalled a circumstance from last year.I was really, really upset after the John Deere Classic last year, he said of finishing 1 shot out of a playoff. I was bitter. It stuck with me for a little bit. You have to embrace the anger. You have to embrace the fact that you gave it your all and didnt win. You can be mad about it, but youve got to get over it pretty quickly, because the positive is that you had a chance to win a golf tournament, which isnt easy.Johnson took the positives with him and hopped on a plane to Scotland soon afterward. The very next week, he won the Open Championship at St. Andrews.As for his best advice for anyone coming off a tough loss, Johnson said, If you really want to dumb it down, youve just got to eliminate outcomes. Regardless of what you finish, find why you were in that position to win and stick to it.Theres no player in the current generation more closely associated with heartache on the golf course than Phil Mickelson. Despite 42 PGA Tour wins, including five major titles, his half-dozen U.S. Open runner-up results and other various near-misses have helped define his legacy just as much.One of the things thats always fueled me is that failure pisses me off, Mickelson admitted. It makes me work harder to try and overcome that. It was really a big thing for me in 2013, when I lost the U.S. Open; I was really down about that. But it inspired me to work harder, and I ended up having one of the greatest weeks of my life [winning] The Open. So you just have to use it as fuel as opposed to feeling defeated.As for bouncing back, Mickelson said there is no secret formula.Theres no magic; you just have to be resilient and you just have to accept it, Mickelson said. People are going to use failure as one of two things -- theyre going to either be depressed about it and pack their bags and go home, or theyre going to be motivated to work harder and not let that happen again to make up for the failure. ' ' '



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