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On Wednesday, Josh Hamilton will answer questions for the first time since his public relapse.
Rangers slugger Hamilton going through counseling.
Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton says he's undergoing counseling individually and with his wife in the aftermath of his admitted relapse with alcohol and is "doing things right a day at a time."
In an exclusive interview Wednesday with Pastor James Robinson on Glenn Beck's live streaming video network, Hamilton said he knows it's a serious issue. He said he's doing well and so is his family.
The interview came just more than two weeks after Hamilton had several drinks during dinner in Dallas and continued drinking later that night. It was the second known relapse with alcohol in the past three years for the recovering drug addict.
Hamilton, the 2010 AL MVP, says he feels shame about his mistakes, but is willing to admit them.