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Postby PhilliesPhan24 » Sun Jun 26, 2005 10:36 pm

Hamels will be moved up to Reading in 2 weeks most likely.

And if he can stay healthy, he may be a September call-up....
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Postby hybrid » Mon Jun 27, 2005 8:25 pm

PhilliesPhan24 wrote:Hamels will be moved up to Reading in 2 weeks most likely.

And if he can stay healthy, he may be a September call-up....


I'm hearing that if he has 2-3 more good starts, he should be promoted to AA.
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Postby PhilliesPhan24 » Tue Jun 28, 2005 12:03 am

hybrid wrote:
PhilliesPhan24 wrote:Hamels will be moved up to Reading in 2 weeks most likely.

And if he can stay healthy, he may be a September call-up....


I'm hearing that if he has 2-3 more good starts, he should be promoted to AA.


If he pitches well in his next start, he will get moved up within 10 days.

He's already proven his dominance over A batters. It's been nothing more than staying healthy that has haunted Hamels.

IF IF IF he can stay healthy and dominate AA like he has A throughout July, there's a strong chance he could get moved up to the big show if Ed Wade cannot make a move to bring a lefty into the rotation.

But, in all honesty, Hamels, most likely, will finish in AA this season and be a starter in 2006.
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Postby hybrid » Tue Jul 19, 2005 5:56 am

Greg Miller is on the move now after a brief stint in short season ball. In his last start on Saturday, in front of the Dodgers Farm Directors, he pitched 3 perfect innings while striking out 6. Miller will now be moved up to High A and should be a good test to see where he is so far.

Said Logan White about what he saw from Miller: "He threw his curve a lot more and every pitch had great movement. Those batters (Rookie ball batters) couldn't do anything with it, but I don't know anybody at any level that could, the way the ball was moving. He looked as good as I've ever seen him."
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Postby bigken117 » Fri Aug 05, 2005 2:27 pm

Cole Hamels was placed on the DL at Double-A Reading because of his back spasms.
''We just needed a roster spot and Hamels wasn't going to pitch in the next seven days,'' minor league pitching coordinator Gorman Heimueller said. Hamels has been throwing and might return next weekend.

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Postby PhilliesPhan24 » Sun Aug 07, 2005 7:16 pm

bigken117 wrote:Cole Hamels was placed on the DL at Double-A Reading because of his back spasms.
''We just needed a roster spot and Hamels wasn't going to pitch in the next seven days,'' minor league pitching coordinator Gorman Heimueller said. Hamels has been throwing and might return next weekend.

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Hamels will be back on the mound shortly.

A September call-up is still a possibility.
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Postby bigken117 » Sun Aug 07, 2005 9:01 pm

Any chance of cracking the rotation out of the gate in 2006?
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Postby PhilliesPhan24 » Mon Aug 08, 2005 12:16 pm

bigken117 wrote:Any chance of cracking the rotation out of the gate in 2006?


If healthy, no doubt in my mind.
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