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New York Mets: Can David Wright Fight Through Pain in 2012?

... the most impressive things out of him thus far in this young season. In the top of the sixth inning, long after Cole Hamels had settled down and begun to shut the Mets down, Wright showed signs of his old self. He looked overwhelmed by Hamels in the ...

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@ Mon, Apr 16th, 2012 5:00 pm

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MLB Offseason Report Card Grades 1 Month from Spring Training

There is still at least one big chip to fall this offseason in free agent James Shields, but after the signings of Max Scherzer, Colby Rasmus and Nori Aoki over the past few days, the remainder of the offseason is expected to be fairly quiet. Now that could obviously change if the Philadelphia Phillies pull the trigger on trading Cole Hamels or the Washington Nationals decide to move one of their starters following the Scherzer signing.

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@ Wed, Jan 21st, 2015 5:00 pm

MLB Rumors: Latest Trade Talk on Nationals Pitchers, Craig Kimbrel and More

... be smart to bet against Desmond's departure. Boston has long been the most likely destination for Phillies ace Cole Hamels. The Red Sox have a sizable need in the rotation, a solid farm system and are in the midst of a win-now push. Their ability to ...

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@ Mon, Jan 19th, 2015 5:00 pm

MLB Trade Rumors: Breaking Down Buzz on Cole Hamels and Dan Haren

With most of the big names in free agency signed, sealed and delivered, teams in need of pitching or hitting have now turned to the trade market to improve their squad. Two of the big names making the rounds right now are Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels and a rather unhappy Dan Haren , who seems unlikely to ever pitch for the Miami Marlins.

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@ Sun, Jan 11th, 2015 5:00 pm

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Mets vs. Braves: Saber-stat Series Preview

... offerings and pitches down and away . Ike did have three hits over the weekend, one being a home run off Cole Hamels in yesterday's loss (which was on a pitch decidedly not down and away ). However, I am looking at this series for signs that Davis ...

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@ Mon, Apr 16th, 2012 5:00 pm

Inside the Phillies: Phillies could go either way

After they tried for six innings to single the New York Mets and their own manager to death, the Phillies finally mixed in three doubles and seven runs during their final two at-bats and avoided a three-game sweep with an 8-2 win that sent them on a 10-game West Coast trip with a 4-5 record.

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@ Mon, Apr 16th, 2012 5:00 pm

John Smallwood | Hamels is headstrong

IT HAD TO have been a strange feeling for Cole Hamels to look up at the eighth inning of Sunday's game with the New York Mets and see a big crooked number in the scoring column for the Phillies.

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@ Mon, Apr 16th, 2012 5:00 pm

LA Dodgers: 10 Reasons Clayton Kershaw Deserves Joey Votto Money Right Now

... war like none we've ever seen before for a pitcher. The Philadelphia Phillies have not hammered out a deal with Cole Hamels yet. The Boston Red Sox will likely have shed the contracts of Josh Beckett and Jon Lester and the New York Yankees are ...

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@ Mon, Apr 16th, 2012 5:00 pm

The Three Horsemen of the Acostalypse Applesauce: So, I guess you CAN'T strand every ru...

... did get off the schneid with a two run home run , but otherwise the Mets offense was baffled by noted jerkface Cole Hamels. The Mets head to Hotlanta next to take on the suddenly competent Braves . Dillon Gee opposes Tommy Hanson in the opener, as ...

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@ Mon, Apr 16th, 2012 5:00 pm