Hamilton, wife to hold Q&A session

Hamilton, wife to hold Q&A session

ARLINGTON -- Josh Hamilton and his wife, Katie, and Baseball Chapel representative John Dee Spicer will be speaking with fans and answering questions after Sunday's game with the Athletics at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

The Hamiltons will be talking about his past personal issues, what they went through as a family and his remarkable recovery. Hamilton missed 3 1/2 years because of suspensions by Major League Baseball because of drug and alcohol abuse.

"It's what it's all about," Hamilton said. "To show how I got back to where I'm at, and what Katie was feeling and what I had done to her. This is not only to tell her side, but a lot of women go through this or have loved ones that go through this. It's obviously good to tell her part of it."

The session will begin 20-30 minutes after the conclusion of Sunday's game with the Athletics at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington and will take place in the lower Home Run Porch.

T.R. Sullivan is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.