Josh Hamilton: No drug aftereffects

Updated: May 17, 2013, 12:52 AM ET
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Doctors have told Josh Hamilton that his allergies were not caused by his past cocaine use, the Angels slugger told the Los Angeles Times.

Hamilton told MLB.com this week that he's sick with sinus congestion that makes him prone to dizziness and sensitive to the lights at major league stadiums.

Hamilton's drug use led to multiple suspensions from 2003 to 2006, before he made his major league debut.

"You have a hallway up the middle of your nose and sinus cavities on each side," ...

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