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Cole Hamels Free Agency: 6 Teams That Will Offer Him over $100 Million

Contract negotiations between the Phillies and Cole Hamels are at a standstill, leading to further speculation about where he might be playing next year Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images At this time next year, Cole Hamels is going to be a very rich man.

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@ Sat, Mar 17th, 2012 5:00 am

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MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stack Up 1 Week from Opening Day

... they've finally accepted the long-overdue need to begin rebuilding the roster. The starting rotation behind Cole Hamels is a mess, and even more so now that Cliff Lee is sidelined indefinitely. Don't be surprised if they scoop up a veteran who is ...

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10 Key Roster Holes MLB Teams Will Fail to Fill by Opening Day

... As for what could change things, it's no secret Boston has been circling Philadelphia Phillies ace left-hander Cole Hamels for months. But it also seems like the two sides have been at an impasse for months, and Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald has ...

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Fantasy Baseball 2015: Analyzing Mock Draft and Undervalued Sleepers to Target

... 35-40 bases while scoring around 85 runs, a huge coup for a mid-round outfielder. Everyone else seems grim on Cole Hamels because the Philadelphia Phillies won't offer run support, but wins are too random to accurately forecast. I'll take a reliable ...

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Matt Cain Trade Talk: 5 Teams That Will Offer a Monster Deadline Package

... they will probably push hard to land a free agent pitcher next winter, whether it be Cain, Zack Greinke or Cole Hamels. The Cubs were left out because Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer are working hard to rebuild the team's farm system so it would be ...

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@ Sat, Mar 17th, 2012 5:00 am

Phillies ready to unleash Vanimal

... He has a Mohawk haircut and wears glasses. But the 24-year-old righty fits in with Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels if you ignore his unique look and focus on his performance. He was 11-3 with a 3.01 ERA as a rookie last year. "You see me off ...

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@ Sat, Mar 17th, 2012 5:00 am