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Cole Hamels’ Postgame Remarks After 7th Loss

May 21, 2013, 6:59 AM EDT

“Nope.”

That was it. The $144-million-dollar man is frustrated for sure. And he chose not to speak with reporters following the loss. The pressure and the losing is getting to him.

It’s hard to really get upset with Cole after that one though. Hamels was pretty good, striking out 10 Marlins while allowing 2 earned runs on 7 hits with no walks over 6 IP. He was pulled early because Charlie Manuel needed to try and squeeze something out of his anemic offense.

Jim Salisbury has more from Miami.

Rich Dubee seems to think Cole is finding his groove (“Again, I think today was a big breakthrough,” Dubee said. “I think you saw electric stuff”.) while Charlie is a bit worried with Cole’s frame of mind after getting no support (“Yeah, I’m worried about that”).

The bullpen and the bats are what we should all really be worried about though.

  1. NYPhilsPhan - May 21, 2013 at 10:34 AM

    So last year it was Cliff Lee that pitched well and got no run support. This year, all the games the Hamels pitches, the Phils show up with no offense? Nuts

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    • w34p0nX20 - May 21, 2013 at 11:45 AM

      But that’s always been the case with Cole Hamels… Last year they decided to give him a year off and take it out on Cliff… This team is due for a major shake up….
      Charlie might not make it past the all star break.

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