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Padres Public Sep 18, 2014

While You Were Disappointed By Stores Being Sold Out Of Fans 2014 Game 151 (PHI vs SD)

Sometimes things get a little fuzzy after spending an evening running around town trying to find a way to cool off. So here’s a friendly reminder of what you might have missed while you were staring at empty shelves in the fan section. The Padres (70-81) were defeated by the Philadelphia Phillies (70-82) by a score of 5-2 last night at Petco Park. Yangervis Solarte, Tommy Medica, and Cameron Maybin each had two hits on the evening, but it wasn’t enough. San Diego Native™ and big childhood Padres Dodgers Padres fan Cole Hamels won behind 7 innings of 1-run ball. Eric Stults lost, as ...

On deck: Hamels unkind to San Diego

Phillies left-hander is 8-2 in his career against hometown Padres.
Over the Monster Sep 15, 2014

What is a Cole Hamels worth to Boston?

Cole Hamels would be a fantastic addition to the Red Sox rotation. But in a free agent market with plenty of options, is a trade really called for? While we've yet to glimpse even the smallest actual flame, there's been plenty of smoke surrounding the Red Sox and a potential trade for star Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels. Even before it was clear that the Red Sox would be heading into the offseason with neither a new contract for Jon Lester, nor John Lackey's option year, there was talk that the team would be looking to acquire Hamels and his four-year contract from Philadelphia rather than...
Rotoworld Sep 12, 2014

Cole Hamels strikes out six in no-decision - Cole Hamels (S) Philadelphia Phillies

Cole Hamels racked up six strikeouts over seven innings in a no-decision against the Marlins on Friday.

Miami Marlins: Marcell Ozuna stays hot, extends hitting streak to nine

Back in the cleanup hole Friday, Marcell Ozuna extended his hitting streak to nine games with a second-inning single off Cole Hamels. That's the third-longest run of his career. Earlier this season Ozuna put otgether a 15-gamer from June 24-July 9. As a rookie in 2013, Ozuna hit safely in 16 straight (May 15-31) and followed that up with a 10-game hitting srreak (June 20-July 1).
Fenway Nation Sep 11, 2014
Top 5 Off-Season Moves The Sox Need To Make

Top 5 Off-Season Moves The Sox Need To Make

As Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner reveals today that the NOG will spend heavily in the off-season, here are our Top Five Off-Season Moves the team needs to make:1.) Get two front-line starting pitchers. This is not Houston or Kansas City. We can afford it. Go out and spend for (or trade for) two top starting pitchers—Cole Hamels and Jon Lester; Hamels and James Shields; Max Scherzer and Shields. We don't care—we just know that a rotation of Clay Buchholz and the 'Kiddie Corps' will not win a championship;2.) Send a bunch of the kids to Miami to get Giancarlo Stanton. Sure, he'll probably get...
Washington Post Sep 8, 2014

Nats Journal: Cole Hamels praises the Nationals

It’s not uncommon for a player to give credit to an opponent for beating them, but after the Nationals beat the Phillies, 3-2, Cole Hamels heaped praise upon his division rival. Hamels has pitched well against the Nationals throughout his career, but on Sunday, the Nationals managed three runs over 6 1/3 innings against him led by Adam LaRoche’s two home runs. Read full article >>

Cole Hamels praises the Nationals

It’s not uncommon for a player to give credit to an opponent for beating them, but after the Nationals beat the Phillies, 3-2, Cole Hamels heaped praise upon his division rival. Hamels has pitched well against the Nationals throughout his career, but on Sunday, the Nationals managed three runs over 6 1/3 innings against him […]

Can the Nats put away the Braves once and for all?

Cole Hamels said it Sunday afternoon after taking a loss to the Nationals. “If they maintain the way they are playing right now,” the Phillies ace said, “they are going to be walking in a parade somewhere.” Strong words from a rival player, but one who has seen the Nationals enough this season (and especially…
philly.com Sep 7, 2014

Hamels has hard time with Hairston, LaRoche

WASHINGTON - Phillies lefthander Cole Hamels has dominated many hitters, but Washington journeyman leftfielder Scott Hairston isn't one of them.
philly.com Sep 7, 2014

Nationals outlast Hamels and Phillies

WASHINGTON - Cole Hamels didn't have his no-hit stuff and his teammates couldn't provide enough offense to bail him out.
philly.com Sep 7, 2014

Hamels, Phillies fall to Nationals

WASHINGTON - With a surplus of players on his roster following September call-ups and his best starting pitcher on the mound, Ryne Sandberg opted to rest a few of his regulars and put his best defense on the field Sunday.

Instant analysis: Nats 3, Phillies 2

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Having lost the first two games of this series, not to mention five straight to the Phillies, and now needing to beat Cole Hamels to avoid a sweep, the Nationals weren’t exactly in an ideal situation this afternoon. But they came through with a strong, if not flawless, performance in this…
Washington Post Sep 7, 2014

Nats Journal: Nationals-Phillies discussion thread: Game 141

The Nationals have dropped five straight games to the Phillies. Gio Gonzalez (7-9, 3.89 ERA) faces off against Cole Hamels (8-6, 2.50 ERA) again. The two left-handed starters squared off on Aug. 26 in Philadelphia, and Gonzalez allowed three runs over six innings while Hamels also allowed three runs over seven innings. Neither factored into the game’s decision. Gonzalez has a 3.89 ERA over his past six starts. The lineups are here. As always, talk about the game below. Read full article >>

Today’s Nationals-Phillies lineups

Cole Hamels is starting for the Phillies so that means Scott Hairston is in the starting lineup. Hairston, who starts instead of Bryce Harper in left field, is 18 for 46 (.391) with five home runs against Hamels in his career. Harper is 8 for 25 (.320) against Hamels in his career. Jose Lobaton starts […]

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