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Cole Hamels is focused on the Rangers, but a trade to Phillies would be a 'blessing'

Starting pitching isn't high on the Phillies' list of priorities before the July 31 trade deadline. But old friend Cole Hamels is likely to be dealt by the Texas Rangers and wouldn't mind a reunion with his former team.
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High-priced, established pitchers could be on the move soon

From aces to closers, pitchers will be on the move this month.Teams trying to make a push for the postseason are always looking to add new arms. Theres some big names available on the trade market who can make a difference in the starting rotation or bullpen.Heres 10 pitchers — five starters and five relievers — who could be changing uniforms before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline:COLE HAMELS: The MVP of the 2008 World Series and NLCS has been through this before, going from the Phillies to the Rangers in July 2015. Hamels has a career-worst 4.36 ERA and hes already allowed 21...
Lone Star Ball Jul 15, 2018
Texas Rangers post-All Star Break rotation announced

Texas Rangers post-All Star Break rotation announced

The Rangers have announced their post-ASB rotation, with Martin Perez getting the ball first The Texas Raners post-All Star Break rotation has been announced, and Martin Perez will be the pitcher getting the ball in the first game post-break. Following Perez will be Bartolo Colon, then Cole Hamels, followed by Yovani Gallardo and Mike Minor. The logic behind this structure is pretty straightforward. Perez has missed two months due to an injury to his non-pitching elbow, and the Rangers want him to get as many innings as possible, in part to get him work and in part to evaluate him in...
Pinstripe Alley Jul 16, 2018
Yankees potential trade target: Cole Hamels update

Yankees potential trade target: Cole Hamels update

Hamels has struggled lately and seen his trade value plummet. Back on May 29th, I wrote that the Yankees should go after Cole Hamels. He was pitching well at the time, and boasts an extensive postseason resume. Hamels has struggled recently. In three July starts, he allowed 18 runs in only 12 innings. He allowed seven runs in each of his first two starts to begin the month. Although he completed five innings against the White Sox on July 1st, he managed to record only two outs in his next start against the Tigers on July 7th. Struggling against two awful teams right when his trade value...

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