The Phillies had a streak of five straight NL East titles snapped in 2012, and have been on the decline ever since. The team finished in last place in the division last year and may have hit an all-time
The Philadelphia Phillies are seemingly in rebuild mode, and it appears Cole Hamels, their largest trade chip, almost found his way into the AL East.
An Early Peek Around The NL East Reveals A Three-Team Race; Marlins In Thick Of Contention Between a colossal extension for Giancarlo Stanton and the acquisitions of Martin Prado, David Phelps, Dee Gordon, Mat Latos, Dan Haren, Mike Morse, Aaron Crow,
The Boston Red Sox undoubtedly have interest in Cole Hamels, but they aren't willing to part with their top catching prospect for the Phillies' ace.
The Red Sox are reportedly interested in Cole Hamels, which is interesting given that he is comparable to Jon Lester, their impending free agent left-hander.
Phillies left-hander picked up his 100th career victory Saturday against the Reds.
New York Mets 3B David Wright might be primed to breakout of his early season power outage in the upcoming series in Philadelphia.
The Phillies are looking to get their left-handed ace back in a couple weeks.
When rules are unwritten, we can convince ourselves that anything is fair. That's why Cole Hamels is right, and wrong.