1. Cole Hamels' Injury Should Scare Philadelphia Phillies Fans

    2008 World Series MVP and Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Cole Hamels has been sidelined with shoulder tendinitis , putting him behind schedule in getting ready for the 2014 MLB season...

    David Cattai Written by David Cattai about 1 month ago 1,949 reads 2 comments

  2. Cole Hamels Injury: Updates on Phillies Pitcher's Arm and Recovery

    Updates from Saturday, April 19 Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly.com reports on when Cole Hamels will make his 2014 debut: Updates from Friday, April 18 Mike Axisa of ...

    Tim Keeney Written by Tim Keeney about 1 month ago 10,975 reads 12 comments

  3. Cole Hamels: Short- and Long-Term Effects of Shoulder Tendinitis for Pitcher

    True story: One of the first Baseball Prospectus events I ever did was at a Giordano's in Chicago back in 2003. It was Rany Jazayerli, Nate Silver and myself...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 2 months ago 5,118 reads 9 comments

  4. A.J. Burnett Signing Provides Perfect Cole Hamels Insurance, Chance to Contend

    In the course of a whirlwind morning, the Philadelphia Phillies may have lost Cole Hamels for the start of the season, acquired A.J. Burnett and given themselves a slight chance to actually contend in 2014...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 2 months ago 8,232 reads 53 comments

  5. Philadelphia Phillies: Cole Hamels Will Be a Cy Young Favorite in 2014

    If fans of the Philadelphia Phillies have anything to look forward to in 2014, it will be watching their left-handed ace take to the mound...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 4 months ago 1,433 reads 5 comments

  6. Is David Price or Cole Hamels MLB's Best Available Pitching Trade Target?

    Rumors surfaced last week during the winter meetings that David Price may be traded to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for a prospect package including right-hander Taijuan Walker...

    Mike Rosenbaum Written by Mike Rosenbaum about 4 months ago 10,073 reads 9 comments

  7. Grading Philadelphia Phillies' Moves so Far This Offseason

    Philadelphia Phillies fans have been reduced to being thankful for potentially disastrous moves the team did not make...

    Phil Keidel Written by Phil Keidel about 4 months ago 5,380 reads 6 comments

  8. Best Potential Trade Packages and Landing Spots for Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels

    The Philadelphia Phillies rebuild, it would appear, is on. Following a lengthy stretch of success during which they won five straight National League East division crowns and the ...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 4 months ago 51,706 reads 109 comments

  9. The 10 Biggest Questions the Philadelphia Phillies Must Answer This Offseason

    After the 2012 Philadelphia Phillies went 81-81, the 2013 season had three and only three possible outcomes. And to borrow from Woody Hayes' infamous dismissal of the forward pass, two of those outcomes would be bad...

    Phil Keidel Written by Phil Keidel about 6 months ago 7,387 reads 25 comments

  10. "Hamels, Lee, Then Turn and Flee" a New Take on Old Rhyme for Phillies Fans

    Like so many great lines, "Spahn and Sain and pray for rain" is actually a misquote. Millions of people misquote "Casablanca" every day when they say "play it again, Sam...

    Phil Keidel Written by Phil Keidel about 7 months ago 1,373 reads 1 comments

  11. Position-by-Position Breakdown of Miami Marlins' Standout Prospects

    When websites compile a list of each team's top 10 prospects, it's always done without regard to position. For instance, among the Miami Marlins ' top 10 prospects on MLB ...

    Cheng Sio Written by Cheng Sio about 9 months ago 1,409 reads 4 comments

  12. Philadelphia Phillies: State of the Franchise at the 2013 Season's 100-Game Mark

    The Philadelphia Phillies are not managed by Bill Parcells, but they are the living embodiment of one of the former National Football League coach's most famous truisms ...

    Phil Keidel Written by Phil Keidel about 9 months ago 2,238 reads 9 comments

  13. Philadelphia Phillies' Untouchable List at the 2013 MLB Trade Deadline

    While the baseball world is still in the midst of the All-Star break, the conclusion of the festivities means one thing: It's the peak of trading season...

    Alec Snyder Written by Alec Snyder about 9 months ago 11,510 reads 24 comments

  14. Philadelphia Phillies: Cole Hamels Responsible for Phils' Coming Roster Purge

    Cole Hamels is getting a pass from Philadelphia Phillies fans— and the city's media —for his horrible pitching this season. That stops now...

    Phil Keidel Written by Phil Keidel about 10 months ago 3,028 reads 26 comments

  15. First-Half MLB Flops Who Could Have Dominant Second Halves

    Each baseball season brings its own diverse bundle of surprising story lines. For instance, some players have enjoyed All-Star worthy campaigns despite otherwise pedestrian careers (i...

    Ben Berkon Written by Ben Berkon about 10 months ago 405 reads 0 comments

  16. Phillies vs. Padres Live Blog: Phillies Win 7-5 in 13 Innings

    It took 13 innings, but the Philadelphia Phillies earned the victory Wednesday night over the San Diego Padres by a final score of 7-5. In a game that lasted more than four hours, the Phillies came out on top thanks to a hustle play by Chase Utley.

    Zach Brown Written by Zach Brown about 10 months ago 408 reads 0 comments

  17. Breaking Down Every Phillies' Odds of Being Moved at the Deadline

    40 days . That's how long the Philadelphia Phillies have before they have to decide whether to go for it all one last time or build anew...

    Alec Snyder Written by Alec Snyder about 10 months ago 5,300 reads 34 comments

  18. 5 Struggling First-Half Pitchers Most Likely to Turn MLB Seasons Around

    Several top major league pitchers have struggled mightily through the first half of this season, but there’s still plenty of hope that things will turn themselves around...

    Benjamin Klein Written by Benjamin Klein about 10 months ago 7,349 reads 21 comments

  19. Projecting the State of the NL East in 2015

    Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest in the National League East? Currently, the title belongs to the Atlanta Braves , who are 4.5 games ahead of the Washington Nationals and 5...

    Cheng Sio Written by Cheng Sio about 11 months ago 1,309 reads 3 comments

  20. Philadelphia Phillies: Handing Out First-Quarter Grades to the Players, Manager

    After a tough first month and a half of the baseball season, filled with both ups and downs, it is time to hand out the first-quarter grades for the Philadelphia Phillies pitchers, position players and the manager...

    Marilee Gallagher Written by Marilee Gallagher about 11 months ago 1,794 reads 2 comments

  21. Top 4 NL East Prospects Who Could Make MLB Impact in 2013

    These guys come out of nowhere—some highly touted, others unknown—but prospects can impact not only their team's outlook, but division rivals' fortunes as well...

    Cheng Sio Written by Cheng Sio about 12 months ago 6,587 reads 9 comments