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In an Oct. 1, 2010, photo, Texas Rangers' Josh Hamilton his fly ball during a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Arlington, Texas. The World Series opens Wednesday, Oct. 26, with story lines to spare but not a lot of household names, putting it in danger of drawing some of the lowest television ratings in its history. The Rangers have MVP candidate Hamilton, who overcame substance abuse. San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum was his league's best pitcher two years running. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
Photo by: Tony Gutierrez
In an Oct. 1, 2010, photo, Texas Rangers' Josh Hamilton his fly ball during a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels in Arlington, Texas. The World Series opens Wednesday, Oct. 26, with story lines to spare but not a lot of household names, putting it in danger of drawing some of the lowest television ratings in its history. The Rangers have MVP candidate Hamilton, who overcame substance abuse. San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum was his league's best pitcher two years running. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

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