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|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||185.00||13.00||8.00||0.00||3.36||1.15||175.00||41.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|Shoulder - Doubtful for start of season|
|vs Atlanta|| 22.0||2||1|| 3.27||0||4||23|
|vs LHB|| 50.0||0||0|| 2.70||0||12||50|
|vs RHB|| 170.0||0||0|| 3.86||0||38||152|
|03/07/2014||Ian Kinsler, 2B DET||Cole Hamels, SP PHI|
|03/07/2014||Julio Teheran, SP ATL|
Cole Hamels, SP PHI
|Jason Kipnis, 2B CLE|
Prince Fielder, 1B TEX
|03/07/2014||Daniel Murphy, 2B NYM|
Zack Wheeler, SP NYM
Shin-Soo Choo, LF TEX
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF NYY
|Carlos Santana, C CLE|
Martin Prado, 3B ARI
Cole Hamels, SP PHI
Jurickson Profar, 2B TEX
Hisashi Iwakuma, SP SEA
|Last 10 Games|
|Cole Hamels suffers setback |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(3/6/14) Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels has suffered a setback in his recovery from shoulder issues, according to MLB.com.
Hamels said he's feeling fatigued, and won't throw again for another week. He said he's not dealing with any shoulder pain. The team still isn't overly concerned with the injury, and no MRI has been scheduled. Hamels said he pushed it too hard, and tried to come back too fast. He wouldn't say whether he'll make it back by April.
Hamels posted a 3.60 ERA in 220 innings last season.
|Cole Hamels to throw live batting practice Thursday |
|by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(3/3/14) Phillies starter Cole Hamels will throw live batting practice Thursday and Sunday, according to the Philadephia Daily News.
Hamels has thrown two bullpen sessions already, and this will be his first live BP session since experiencing shoulder discomfort in early February. The team thinks that -- without further setbacks -- Hamels should miss just two regular season starts.
Hamels, 30, was 8-14 last season, with a 3.60 ERA and 1.16 WHIP. He has thrown at least 200 innings in each of the last four seasons.
|Cole Hamels tosses second 'pen session, eyes batting practice |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(3/1/14) Phillies starting pitcher Cole Hamels continues to make progress in his recovery from left shoulder discomfort, and could face live hitters in a week.
Hamels tossed his second bullpen session without issue Saturday, and is progressing nicely. Assuming he avoids a setback, he told MLB.com he expects to throw a live batting practice session next week.
"Everything felt really good," Hamels said. "My pitches are really coming along. I'm really able to execute down in the zone. I know that's something Bob [McClure, pitching coach] preaches to everybody. I know I'm pretty good at doing that, so to get into my second bullpen and execute down in the zone, correct pitches within a pitch, having the control, it feels great."
|Bob McClure indicates Cole Hamels to miss just two starts |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(2/27/14) Phillies pitching coach Bob McClure gave an encouraging prognosis for the return of premier starting pitcher Cole Hamels as the lefty works his way from offseason shoulder tendinitis. McClure indicated that Hamels might only miss two starts in the regular season.
McClure claimed that Hamels is not far behind. "I would probably say 10 days maybe," he told ESPN. "Maybe. But he looks so healthy, he might not be 10 days. He might just be a week. Some guys just don't need as long in spring training. Some guys need longer."
Hamels was able to work his way through his first bullpen session on Wednesday.
|Cole Hamels able to get through his first bullpen session |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(2/26/14) Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels was able to get through his first bullpen session Wednesday, according to MLB.com.
Hamels has been dealing with a shoulder injury during camp, and could open the season on the disabled list. Hamels was happy with his performance Wednesday. "It was good," Hamels said. "Better than expected, which is huge. It didn’t feel as foreign, getting off the mound after such a long time. But everything felt good."
Hamels said he needs to work on his pitches and locations now. It's just a matter of getting back on track. Hamels is still hoping he can get some reps during spring training.
Last season, he posted a 3.60 ERA in 220 innings.
|Cole Hamels surprisingly was one of the top busts of the 2013 Fantasy Baseball season. Hamels on average was a second-round pick last spring, but he struggled to live up to the billing as a Fantasy ace. It was a bit alarming when Hamels went 1-3 with a 4.78 ERA in six April starts, but panic didn't really set in for Fantasy owners until Hamels lost all six of his May starts. It didn't get better in June, as Hamels won once in five starts. Before we knew it, Hamels was 2-11 with a 4.58 ERA in 17 starts. Some of it had to do with poor run support, but plenty of the blame fell on the left-hander, who struggled with his command and was hit hard at times. Luckily, Hamels did rebound over the final three months, going 6-3 with a 2.68 ERA in his final 16 starts. Despite winning less than 10 games for the first time in seven seasons, Hamels still surpassed 200 innings and 200 strikeouts. Still, more bad news is lurking as Hamels might be out until at least mid-to-late April due to shoulder tendinitis. Hamels is still a potential bounce-back candidate, but you might target a different pitcher to be the ace of your Fantasy staff Draft Day with the news Hamels won't be ready by opening day.
(Updated 1/9/14) |
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|3/8/14||HOU||1:05 pm|| |
|3/9/14||@ MIN||1:05 pm|| |
|3/10/14||ATL||1:05 pm|| |
|3/11/14||@ ATL||1:05 pm|| |
|3/12/14||@ BAL||1:05 pm|| |
|3/13/14||NYY||1:05 pm|| |
|3/14/14||@ PIT||1:05 pm|| |
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