|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||225.00||17.00||9.00||0.00||2.92||1.09||220.00||50.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Washington|| 6.1||0||1|| 4.26||0||1||6|
|vs LHB|| 27.0||0||0|| 2.67||0||7||25|
|vs RHB|| 67.0||0||0|| 5.10||0||21||64|
|Last 10 Games|
|Cole Hamels expresses frustration Sunday|
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(6/17/13) Phillies starter Cole Hamels expressed some frustration during Sunday's post-game interview with reporters, according to MLB.com.
When asked whether the Phillies were a playoff team this season, Hamels avoided the question. "I’m not going to comment on that one. You can ask the other guys that one," Hamels said. Hamels isn't the only Phillies pitcher to voice frustration this year. Cliff Lee has already expressed his desire to win this year, and is considered a major trade target at the deadline.
Hamels has struggled this season, with a 4.40 ERA in 94 innings.
|Cole Hamels hit with 10th loss|
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(6/16/13) Phillies starter Cole Hamels (2-10) had a quality start but suffered his 10th loss Sunday afternoon against the Rockies. Hamels allowed three runs on six hits and two walks while striking out seven in seven innings of a 5-2 loss.
The right-hander has allowed six runs over his last three starts (20 innings). But he has one win over his last nine starts. He is scheduled to make his next start Saturday at home against the Mets. He yielded a run in six innings in his previous meeting against the Mets April 28.
|Cole Hamels pitches well in no-decision|
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(6/11/13) Phillies starting pitcher Cole Hamels tossed another quality start Tuesday against the Twins, his second in a row, but he took a no-decision in a 3-2 loss.
Hamels limited Minnesota to two runs on seven hits in his six innings of work, but was actually in line for the loss when he left the game, due to the Phillies' offensive struggles. He allowed both runs in the second inning, on a pair of RBI doubles by Justin Morneau and Oswaldo Arcia.
Hamels struck out five batters and walked none, while throwing 75 of 108 pitches for strikes. He lowered his ERA to 4.45 on the season, but is still just 2-9 overall. He has four quality starts in his last five, heading into his next start, Sunday in Colorado.
|Eleven strikeouts pace Cole Hamels in second win|
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(6/5/13) Phillies starting pitcher Cole Hamels won for just the second time in 13 starts this season during Wednesday's 6-1 victory against the Marlins. Hamels arguably had his best start, striking out a season-high 11 batters and allowing one run in seven innings.
Hamels (2-9) gave up four hits and one walk. The only run the Marlins' scored against the left-hander came on a solo home run in the fourth inning. Hamels has allowed one run three times in 2013. Hamels recorded his 23rd career double-digit strikeout game and second this season.
Hamels, who put an end to a six-start losing streak Wednesday, will look for consecutive wins for the first time this season when he heads back to the mound Tuesday at Minnesota. Hamels is 7-12 with a 4.67 ERA in 24 career interleague starts, including a 0-2 record and 10.97 ERA in two starts this season.
|Cole Hamels suffers ninth loss vs. Brewers|
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(5/31/13) Phillies starter Cole Hamels suffered his ninth loss of the season Friday night against the Brewers.
Hamels (1-9) had a hard time retiring catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who had a run-scoring double in the second, an RBI single in the third and a solo home run in the fifth. The left-hander surrendered seven runs -- six earned -- on 12 hits while striking out three in five innings of an 8-5 defeat.
Hamels had just six losses last season and has not lost more than 11 games in a season. He is scheduled to make his next start Wednesday at home against the Marlins. He is 0-2 with a 2.25 ERA in three starts against Miami.
|Cole Hamels entered 2011 as almost the forgotten member of a studly Phillies pitching staff, behind Cliff Lee and Roy Halladay. But when the season was over, it was Hamels who had the best numbers of the trio. Granted, Halladay was hurt and Lee had the ultimate bad luck season (with numbers that were as good, if not better, than Hamels', and he had only six wins to show for it), but Hamels still had a stellar season, setting personal highs in wins (17) and strikeouts (216). At 29, Hamels is still on the right side of 30 and his situation gets even better when owners consider he'll have the luxury of Chase Utley and Ryan Howard powering the offense from the start of the season. Additionally, Hamels' role as the No. 3 pitcher in the rotation will line him up against lesser pitchers on the other side, putting him in line for more chances at wins. It may not reach the last season's level, but Hamels is in line for another great season in 2013. He will be off the board in the early rounds of most drafts. (Updated 12/7/12)|
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|3/16/13||@ NYY||1:05 pm||Hiroki Kuroda|
|6/18/13||WAS||7:05 pm||Ross Detwiler|
|6/19/13||WAS||7:05 pm||Gio Gonzalez|
|6/21/13||NYM||7:05 pm||Jeremy Hefner|
|6/22/13||NYM||4:05 pm||Dillon Gee|
|6/23/13||NYM||1:35 pm||Matt Harvey|
|6/24/13||@ SD||10:10 pm||Eric Stults|
= probable start