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Cole Hamels goes seven innings in latest rehab start, on track to join Phillies next week

Apr 17, 2014, 11:02 PM EST

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Cole Hamels was forced to begin the season on the 15-day disabled list after he was slowed this spring with left biceps tendinitis, but all signs point to him being activated next week.

According to Ryan Lawrence of the Philadelphia Daily News, Hamels tossed seven innings of one-run ball tonight with High-A Clearwater in what was likely his final minor league rehab start. The southpaw gave up three hits and one walk while the lone run scored on a solo homer. He threw a total of 81 pitches and struck out two batters.

Through three rehab starts, Hamels has a 2.12 ERA and 12/1 K/BB ratio in 17 innings. Most importantly, he hasn’t had any physical issues. If all goes according to plan, he could join the Phillies’ rotation as soon as next Tuesday against the Dodgers.

  1. toodrunktotastethischicken - Apr 17, 2014 at 11:35 PM

    Awesome news. The rotation has been one of the few strengths so far.

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