Russell Wilson Hits Home Run During Rangers Batting Practice

Tyler Brooke@TylerDBrookeSenior Analyst IIMarch 28, 2015

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Though Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson currently plays in the NFL, his baseball skills certainly haven't faded.

For the second straight year, the former NC State baseball player attended spring training with the Texas Rangers, who currently own his MLB rights. During a batting practice session Saturday, the 26-year-old blasted a home run, drawing cheers from Rangers players.

While Wilson is focused on football at the moment, it seems as though he'll have a fallback if he ever wants to try his luck in baseball.

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