The Texas Rangers have finalized a deal to acquire Phillies’ ace Cole Hamels in exchange for Matt Harrison and five minor league players.
The acquisition of Cole Hamels is a blockbuster with major implications for both the Phillies and Rangers. Jared Sandler takes an in-depth look at the trade and its impact.
After years of trade speculation, people familiar with the deal said that the Phillies have agreed to trade ace Cole Hamels to the Rangers for a package of prospects.
With speculation swirling that the Rangers are pursuing Phillies ace Cole Hamels, what would Texas actually be willing to surrender in a trade?
Sometimes a team’s best players don’t make the All-Star team. Here are the National League’s mid-season team MVPs.
The Rangers, in search of a high-end pitcher to top their rotation, have focused their attention almost entirely on Cole Hamels and Zack Greinke. But what about Cliff Lee?
It’s not exactly true that the Rangers are looking to add a pitcher from this month’s trade market. They’re looking to add Cole Hamels or Zack Greinke — but that’s it.
Arnie Spanier weighs in on some of the latest sports headlines, including the Mavs getting swept by the Thunder and the infamous Cole Hamels hit-by-pitch.
Phillies starter Cole Hamels said that he was, in fact, actually trying to hit Nationals rookie Bryce Harper on purpose in the first inning of Philadelphia’s 9-3 win.
Baseball has some interesting and unwritten rules. Such as, it’s perfectly acceptable to throw directly AT a batter. In many situations, it’s considered the appropriate move.