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Topic - Cole Hamels
Philadelphia pitcher Cole Hamels won't throw off a mound for at least another week after feeling fatigue from his latest throwing session.
Derek Jeter got two hits that ended an 0-for-10 slide at the start of spring training and Masahiro Tanaka gave up a home run to Freddy Galvis in the New York Yankees' 4-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday.
The Phillies were dealt with some unfortunate news on Thursday as Cole Hamels suffered a setback in his recovery from shoulder tendinitis at spring training in Clearwater, Fla.
Shoulder injuries to Phillies pitchers is causing concern down in Clearwater, Fla.
Philadelphia Phillies left-hander Cole Hamels threw off the mound for the first time this spring on Wednesday morning, an important step in his eventual return to the rotation.
Jose Bautista hit a long home run off Roberto Hernandez three batters into the game, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 Wednesday in rain-shortened spring training opener for both teams.
Cole Hamels is slated to throw off a mound Wednesday for the first time this spring training, still unsure how much of April he will miss.
International free agent starter Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez is not off to a great start at Phillies camp in Clearwater, Fla., according to reports.
On the day Cole Hamels announced he won't be ready for the season opener, the Philadelphia Phillies helped their ailing starting rotation.
Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels said he won't be able to make his opening day start after feeling discomfort in his pitching arm during the offseason.
Shortly after news broke that Cole Hamels will not be ready for Opening Day, the Phillies reached agreement on a one-year, $16 million deal with free agent A.J. Burnett.
The Phillies are interested in veteran starter A.J. Burnett, and according to Todd Zolecki of MLB.com, are "very much still in the running" for his services.
The Phillies enter 2014 with talent across the board, but health could be their biggest concern.
On paper the Phillies look old, relying heavily on players in their mid-30s. Marlon Byrd, however, doesn't agree with that notion.
HardballTalk.com has Stephen Strasburg and Gio Gonzalez rated as the fourth best one-two rotation punch in baseball. Too high? Too low?
On Thursday, Hamels said he's "not even thinking about" when he'll return.
The break caused him to fall behind on his pitching schedule, and throughout this spring Hamels has said he planned to make his 2014 debut sometime in mid-April.