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Phillies president confident about retaining Cole Hamels

The Phillies haven't made much progress this winter toward a long-term extension for Cole Hamels .

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@ Sun, Feb 12th, 2012 5:00 pm

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Cole Hamels to start Opening Day for Phillies

Hamels tossed five scoreless innings in his latest Grapefruit League start. He'll take on the Red Sox on April 6 - a team he has been connected to in trade talks throughout the offseason. The 31-year-old lefty posted a 2.46 ERA and 198 strikeouts in 204 2/3 innings last summer.

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The Shane Victorino saga with Boston radio personalities continues

On Thursday , Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino fired back at a pair of radio personalities at 98.5 The SportsHub, Michael Felger and Tony Massarotti, who interpreted his desire to trade for Phillies starter Cole Hamels as a desire to push out Mookie Betts or Rusney Castillo - competitors for his starting job. Massarotti, or "Mazz", said, "What a loser.

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@ Sun, Mar 29th, 2015 5:00 am

24 scouts were on hand for Cole Hamels' spring debut

If one wanted a physical manifestation of the Cole Hamels trade rumors, one needed only look behind home plate at Bright House Field on Friday afternoon. MLB.com's Paul Hagen reports that 24 - yes, count 'em, 24 - scouts were on hand to watch the lefty pitch to the Yankees for two innings.

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Philadelphia Phillies: Top 5 Storylines Going into Spring Training

... minor pieces may fit in to Charlie Manuel's system, if they make the team at all. Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels are going to headline the Phillies rotation again in 2012, and do so in dominating fashion. Vance Worley performed admirably ...

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Phillies' Montgomery confident deal with Hamels can be achieved

The most pressing financial issue the Phillies face is whether a lucrative contract for Cole Hamels can fit into the team's ever-expanding budget.

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@ Sun, Feb 12th, 2012 5:00 am

National League: Team-by-Team Capsules

... in the NLCS in 2010 and got knocked out in the first round last year. With aces Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels anchoring the rotation and new closer Papelbon in the fold, the Phillies have enough pitching to go deep. But hitting has been ...

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