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During Spring training of the 2003 season, Hamilton failed his first drug test.
At the start of the season, Hamilton showed up late several times during spring training and was reassigned to the team's minor league camp.
A "failed" test is one in which there is a positive result for a drug more severe than marijuana.
Hamilton was out of baseball for almost three years.
Hamilton began the 2002 season with the Bakersfield Blaze, batting .303 with nine home runs and 44 RBIs in 56 games before his season came to an end due to lingering toe and neck injuries.
The Devil Rays noticed a change in Hamilton and reacted by sending him to the Betty Ford Center for drug rehabilitation.
He made several attempts at rehabilitation, and started off the 2005 season with hopes of being a star major league outfielder.
His mother and father were also injured but recovered.
He also participated in the Home Run Derby, where he hit a record 28 home runs in the opening round and finished with 35 home runs, which was second-most all-time in derby history.
He made the All-Star team the next four seasons as well.
Hamilton signed with Tampa Bay, receiving a .96 million signing bonus, and joined their minor league system.
His first stop in the minors was the rookie level Princeton Devil Rays of the Appalachian League, where he played 56 games.