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July 07, 2011

Rangers manager Ron Washington talks about fan dying

Rangers manager Ron Washington spoke with the media following Thursday's game. Here's what he had to say about the fan dying.

On the players playing through it? "They did see, I don't know how many of them saw what happened, but we knew about it. We didn't know exactly what happened. As you can tell they were able to stay focused and do their jobs."

The team reaction: "It's always difficult when someone loses their life. Our prayers and thoughts go out to their family. It's sad. It's very sad."

On how Josh Hamilton is doing? "Josh is fine. Outward he's fine. I guess he's got to deal with it in his own way."

Will Hamilton play Friday? "I think we'll deal with that tomorrow when we get here and see how he feels."

- Anthony Andro


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