Looks like Cole Hamels on Wednesday in L.A.

Cole Hamels’ uniform was hanging in a locker in the visiting clubhouse at Coors Field on Friday afternoon. The left-hander will be with the Phillies this weekend and make his regular-season debut Tuesday or Wednesday night in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. “We’ll fit him in there in L.A.,” manager Ryne Sandberg said. “We're still discussing it, but as we speak we’re...
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Cole Hamels Trade Likely?

Cole Hamels will give the Philadelphia Phillies a shot in the arm Wednesday when he makes his 2014 debut against the Dodgers in Los Angeles.  Will this be the beginning of Hamels’ last season in Philadelphia? Hamels could be physically available to pitch Tuesday, but will most likely be held back until Wednesday, so he and lefty Cliff Lee don’t pitch in consecutive games. ...
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Phillies Get Smoked, Pettibone to LV, Hamels Back Wednesday?

Lots of things happened last night. -First, Jonathan Pettibone got rocked at Coors Field, not that it comes as a surprise. He put the Phillies in a 7-0 hole through two innings, and when all was said and done, the Phillies had lost 12-1. Pettibone is back at Triple-A Lehigh Valley now. He would have gone back regardless of the outcome, however if he throws a decent game at a tough...
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Cole Hamels strong in final rehab start

Cole Hamels tossed seven strong innings on Thursday night for High-A Clearwater in what figures to be his final rehab start. Hamels allowed one-run on three hits while walking one and striking out two. In 17 innings he owns a 2.12 ERA and a 12/1 K/BB ration. It is assumed that Hamels will rejoin the Phillies rotation next week with Tuesday being his first start against the Los Angels...
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Phillies' Cole Hamels pitches seven innings in rehab start

The Philadelphia Phillies enter the weekend series against the Colorado Rockies coming off back to back stellar performances out of the top of their rotation. A.J. Burnett and Cliff Lee allowed a combined one run in 16 innings. The Phillies are set to add a the final piece of what they hope to be a dominant trio, as Cole Hamels looks ready to return after his latest rehab...
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Cole Hamels poised to return to rotation

In the last 2 days, the Phillies have watched the two pitchers atop their rotation post two of the team's top pitching performances of the young season. Cole Hamels looks plenty ready to join the party. In what was very likely his final minor league rehab start, Hamels pitched seven strong innings for Class- A Clearwater on Thursday night. Hamels allowed one run on three hits...
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Cole Hamels could join the Phillies next week vs. Dodgers

With the Philadelphia Phillies winning on Thursday 1-0 over the Atlanta Braves and avoiding a sweep, they got some more good news from the minors. According to Ryan Lawrence of the Daily News, Cole Hamels tonight threw seven innings, 81 of those pitches he threw were for strikes and only gave up one home run but that was in the fifth inning. The good news is that he did not have...
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Hamels sharp in what should be final rehab outing

Cole Hamels, Image- AP In what was likely his final tune up before he returns from the disabled list, lefty starter Cole Hamels looked sharp in a rehab appearance with the Class A Advanced Clearwater Threshers on Thursday night. In a contest at Clearwater’s Brighthouse Field, Hamels went seven innings against Lakeland (Tigers affiliate), allowing one earned run on three hits while...
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Phillies' Cole Hamels likely to pitch versus Dodgers next week

The Philadelphia Phillies got a complete game from Cliff Lee on Wednesday, but lost to the Atlanta Braves by the score of 1-0. With the exception of Lee, the Phillies have largely have not seen enough innings out of the starting rotation, thus exposing what has been a weak bullpen. Help is likely on the way next week when Cole Hamels is expected to make his season debut against...
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Injury Updates: Hamels, Ruf, MAG

Phillies assistant GM Scott Proefrock gave a few health updates on Phillies players Wednesday afternoon. -Cole Hamels appears to be nearly a lock to return to the Phillies during the west coast road trip, specifically when they’re in Los Angeles. He’ll pitch Thursday in Clearwater and if all goes well, it’s likely he’ll be with the team next week. Proefrock would not definitively...
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Writers Roundtable: Can Adams, Hamels, Ruf Help?

Question: The Phillies are currently 6-7, do you think they’ll stay around the .500-mark all season or will the return of guys like Mike Adams, Cole Hamels, and Darin Ruf make a real difference? Don McGettigan (@DonM409): The Phillies have done some unexpected things in the first two weeks of the season: leading the NL in On-Base Percentage, 2nd in the NL in Batting Average, 3rd...
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Three Phillies Make the List of Highest Paid Athletes

The Philadelphia Phillies have a pretty big payroll; this much we know. Their $180,052,723 payroll is good for the third highest in baseball. So with a high payroll comes some pretty high individual salaries, of course. Some of those contracts are among the highest in all of sports. recently posted a list of the top 25 highest paid athletes in the world and three Phillies...
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How the Philadelphia Phillies will make the playoffs

It has been two seasons since the Philadelphia Phillies have been to the postseason, and with the window for the current core players to win another Word Series barely open, the time is now to make it back to the playoffs.  The season so far has been up and down, with the team’s record sitting […] The post How the Philadelphia Phillies will make the playoffs appeared first on isportsweb.
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Jam it or Cram it: Welcome to Terminus, It’s a Fantasy Apocalypse

My fantasy roster is like Rick and his Walking Dead gang, just waiting around to be fattened up for the slaughter in that train car. Doesn't Daryl have a hidden crossbow? Feel free to kill off Beth though. Currently my team has lost Cole Hamels and David Robertson. Not too bad, but couple that with the injuries to Adrian Beltre, Andrew McCutchen and Yasiel Puig, and my team...
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Phillies' Cole Hamels nearing final rehab start, while Mike Adams could be activated Monday

The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Miami Marlins on Friday in the 10th inning with a walk-off home run by Jimmy Rollins. The 5-4 win improved the Phillies to 5-6 on the season. Giancarlo Stanton went 3-for-5 with two home runs for the Marlins. Chase Utley continued his hot start, going 2-for-4 with two doubles. Jonathan Pettibone started for the depleted Phillies' staff...
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Cole Hamels to return to Phillies April 22nd?

The Philadelphia Phillies have been waiting on Cole Hamels to return to the rotation from a biceps injury, and his return could be coming very close. According to reports, Hamels could rejoin the Phillies’ rotation on April 22nd. That return date hasn’t been confirmed yet, but it certainly is an encouraging sign to see dates beginning to pop up. Cole Hamels pitched 6 strong for...
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Hamels Tosses 6 Innings with Clearwater; Adams Takes Loss

Cole Hamels was sharp during his latest rehab start in Clearwater, tossing six innings and allowing just one run. He fanned six and did not walk a batter, throwing 67 pitches, 48 for strikes. If all goes well in his next rehab start, there is a chance he rejoins the Phillies as early as April 22 in Los Angeles. Mike Adams took the loss a Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Saturday. He allowed...
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Here’s to a 500 season!

So even though the days of Ryan Howard, Cole Hamels, Chase Utley, and Jimmy Rollins reigning supreme are long gone, this may be the last time to route for the core four while the team is even reasonably respectable. So even though it may be a long time before we get another chance at a World Series, it may be even longer before we get another MVP, so be sure to cheer our MVP'...
Via Philly Sports Live
10 days ago  |  Discuss

What to make of the Phillies through 7 games

The Phillies have played 7 games, which is less than 5% of the 162 games that make up a baseball season. Cole Hamels has yet to pitch, Mike Adams is still rehabbing, the Phillies have played just three teams, enjoyed only a single home game, and “hitting season” is still about a month away. In other words, it is early...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Phillies' Cole Hamels feels he'll need two more rehab starts

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels was in uniform to be part of the team's home opening day activities and is scheduled to start on Friday at Class A Clearwater. The Phillies lost the home opener by the score of 10-4 to drop to 3-4 on the season. A.J. Burnett and Kyle Kendrick have been roughed up the part two games and the Phillies are in dire need of solidification...
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The new RBI Baseball game is more realistic than you think

Cole Hamels dominates, Dom Brown homers, but Jonathan Papelbon blows it. First game of @RBIGame didn't go so well. — Macho Row (@Macho_Row) April 9, 2014
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Phillies Nation Ep. 2: First Week Recap

On the second episode of Phillies Nation presented by BQ Basement Systems, Pat and Corey discuss the ups and downs of the first week of the season. We also have special contributor Tommy Greene show us how to throw certain pitches and what worked for him in his career. And Dr. Lenny Roberts sheds some light on what biceps tendinitis looks like – the same injury/ailment Cole Hamels...
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Hamels could pitch for Phillies in 2 weeks

Cole Hamels could be ready to pitch for the Phillies as they wrap up a three-city west-coast trip in two weeks. Maybe. Hamels, working his way back to the rotation with an extended spring training of sorts, is scheduled to pitch for the Single-A Clearwater Threshers on Friday in Lakeland, Fla. and could need just one more start for Clearwater after that. If everything goes as...
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Hamels Could Be Ready After Two More Rehab Starts

Cole Hamels spoke before the home opener against the Brewers and said that he might need just two more rehab starts. Ryne Sandberg backed that, but said they would reevaluated following his second start. Hamels said he’ll throw in Clearwater on Friday and hopes to get in five or six innings, or 80 pitches. His next start, the Phillies hope Hamels will reach 90 pitches. From there...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Phillies Cole Hamels roughed up in rehab start

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels got roughed up by Toronto Blue Jays minor leaguers in a rehab start for the Clearwater Threshers last night. Hamels is rehabbing a shoulder injury and made his first start of the spring against the Single “A” Dunedin Blue Jays at Bright House Field. Hamels was touched up for two runs on three hits in four innings of work, including the...
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