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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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Red Sox have already shot down a couple of Cole Hamels trade proposals from the Phillies

In his Sunday column for the Boston Globe, Nick Cafardo writes that we should expect the Red Sox and the Phillies to reopen trade talks involving starter Cole Hamels even after the Sox have already turned down a couple of trade proposals from the Phillies. The Phillies are officially buying into the idea of a rebuild and Hamels represents an efficient way for them to restock their minor league system quickly.

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@ Mon, Nov 17th, 2014 5:00 am

Rival executive says the Phillies are "trying to blow the whole thing up"

... what we have to do for the longterm viability and sustainability of our club, that's what we'll try to do. Cole Hamels (with four years and $96 million remaining on his contract) is the Phillies' best trade chip and would get their rebuilding effort ...

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@ Tue, Nov 11th, 2014 5:00 am

Cole Hamels updating his 20-team no-trade list

Phillies starter Cole Hamels could be traded this winter, but the lefty's contract includes a 20-team no-trade list. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that Hamels is updating the list, due on November 1. Currently, the teams to which Hamels can be traded are the Dodgers, Angels, Padres, Cardinals, Nationals, Braves, Yankees, Red Sox, and Rangers.

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@ Sat, Oct 25th, 2014 5:00 am

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

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