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Rehab gives Howard more time to swing

... So, that's a big "If" for the player Manuel calls the Big Piece. Like Jayson Werth in 2010, cornerstone players Cole Hamels and Shane Victorino are entering a season with free agency on the horizon. Manuel said he expects Hamels to "come up big" ...

@ Fri, Jan 27th, 2012 5:00 am

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Alfaro has really caught on behind the plate

... native, Alfaro, now 23, was able to sign with the Rangers at 16 years old. The Phillies acquired him in the Cole Hamels trade last summer, when he already had several years of catching experience under his belt. "You got a guy that they saw had a ...

@ Sat, Jul 23rd, 2016 5:00 am

An updated who's who of Phillies prospects

... looks like the same pitcher that dominated in double A last season after coming over from Texas as part of the Cole Hamels trade. Cozens and Hoskins - whom their team dubbed "The Bash Brothers" - have put on a show this season. Cozens, a 22-year-old ...

@ Fri, Jul 15th, 2016 5:00 pm

Cole Hamels misses days when Phillies were winners

Cole Hamels never doubted he would return to the postseason. Stay healthy, the former Phillies ace said, and the opportunity could arise.

@ Tue, Jul 12th, 2016 5:00 am

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Phillies Files: Pence, Phils agree to one-year deal

... The Phillies have now come to terms with all four previously salary arbitration eligible players (Kyle Kendrick, Cole Hamels, Pence and the now-traded Wilson Valdez). Amaro had said at Tuesday's Winter Banquet in Wyomissing he was hopeful the two ...

via The Morning Call
@ Fri, Jan 27th, 2012 5:15 pm

ADP Talk: Late January, Pitchers

... The Phillies currently have three of the top-8 guys according to ADP: Roy Halladay (14.8), Cliff Lee (20.3) and Cole Hamels (31.6). Zack Greinke at 51.1 is solid - he pitched much better last year than some of his numbers show. Still, it's ...

@ Fri, Jan 27th, 2012 5:00 pm

Best Phillies Games of 2011: The Dom Brown Timeline of Futility

... to get it on this list. One thing -- or two, actually -- elevated it from "great" to "best." Let me back up. Cole Hamels was trying to get to nine wins, a mark only two other pitchers had reached thus far. The poor Marlins had lost 10 of 11 games on ...

via The Good Phight
@ Fri, Jan 27th, 2012 5:00 pm