Some big names can be had during this MLB offseason. The trade market is heating up, as plenty of MLB trade rumors have made their way around the Internet over the past couple of days. With free agency finally providing some answers,...Show More Summary
Cole Hamels is the definition of an ace, having made at least 30 starts in seven consecutive seasons while eclipsing 200 innings all but once during that time frame. During his nine-year career with the Phillies, the left-hander hasShow More Summary
There's more going on here than a lousy team rebuilding. There's the simple joy of watching a good player (and paying to do so). There is nothing sadder than star-for-prospects trades that don't work out. Think about Marlins fans watching...Show More Summary
The MLB offseason finally had its first blockbuster trade on Monday, but many more are likely coming before the season begins. Jason Heyward was dealt from the Atlanta Braves to the St. Louis Cardinals, via the Braves' Twitter account. Show More Summary
For Major League Baseball teams, trying to trade established big leaguers can be a bigger chore than trying to sign a free agent. You have to deal with money that's left on a contract and decide who will be going back in the move. When...Show More Summary
Like muscle cars at an auto show, they're lined up all shiny and gleaming. Cole Hamels. Matt Kemp. Carl Crawford. Andre Ethier. Want 'em? Make an offer. Vroom! General managers are meeting in the desert this week, and that sandstorm of rumors blowing in from Phoenix is real. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have been viewed as a potential landing spot for Philadelphia Phillies ace for months. There's just one problem: Hamels' contract specifically forbids the Phillies from trading him to Boston without his permission....Show More Summary
Free agency isn 't the only way MLB teams can improve. Once again open for business, all 30 franchises will explore the trade market during what's shaping up to be an active offseason. Last season produced a bevy of big swaps, as Jeff Samardzija, Jon Lester and Yoenis Cespedes changed locations during the year. Show More Summary
If you think that the MLB hot stove is just for free agents in early November, think again. There are plenty of trade rumors circulating around the league as rebuilding squads look to unload veteran contracts to potential contendersShow More Summary
Front-line pitchers are there for the having. This offseason, more than any other in recent memory, offers an array of aces. They are there in free agency — Max Scherzer, Jon Lester and James Shields — and on the trade market — Cole Hamels, Jeff Samardzija and possibly even David Price. Show More Summary
While the World Series is shaping up to be a memorable classic, the MLB offseason has already begun for the league's 28 other organizations. At this point, most front offices are well into the roster-construction phase of the offseason,...Show More Summary
Henderson Alvarez pitched into the eighth inning to outduel Cole Hamels and the Miami Marlins beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-0 Tuesday night.
Cole Hamels dominated San Diego again as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Padres 5-2 on Wednesday night, ending a three-game losing skid.
The biggest number for Cole Hamels after six innings wasn't the zero in the hits allowed column but the 108 pitches thrown by the Philadelphia Phillies' starter.
Philadelphia’s Cole Hamels went six innings, striking out seven, before giving way to the bullpen in a rout of Atlanta.
Cole Hamels and three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combined to pitch a no-hitter Monday, beating the Atlanta Braves 7-0 and giving a last-place team a rare reason to celebrate.
ATLANTA -- Cole Hamels and three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combined to pitch a no-hitter Monday, beating the Atlanta Braves, 7-0, to give a last-place team a rare reason to celebrate
Cole Hamels set up a combined no-hitter for the Philadelphia Phillies as they beat the Atlanta Braves 7-0 at Turner Field on Monday.
Cole Hamels went six innings, and three relievers helped the Phillies to the 11th combined no-hitter in baseball history. Cole Hamels and three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combined to no-hit the Atlanta Braves on Monday, the 11th combined no-hitter in major-league history. Hamels went six innings, but walked five and threw 108 pitches. Show More Summary
This MLB season has been another abysmal one for the Philadelphia Phillies, but Monday was a bright spot. Cole Hamels and three other relievers combined for a complete-game no-hitter against the Atlanta Braves. SportsCenter reportedShow More Summary