Cole Hamels to start suspension immediately
COLE HAMELS said he meant to hit Bryce Harper and he was suspended for it. Claude Giroux said he didn't mean to hit Dainius Zubrus in the head with his shoulder and he was suspended anyway, on account that few, if any, believe him.
The Phillies began yesterday dealing with an issue from Sunday night's action, as Cole Hamels surprisingly confessed to drilling Nationals uber-prospect Bryce Harper as a “Welcome to the big leagues” moment. Major League Baseball responded by
The headline was originally going to be "Cole Hamels Not Appealing Suspension", but then the headline would include "Cole Hamels Not Appealing" and I don't think I'm one to pass judgment. Bryce Harper probably doesn't
WASHINGTON — Cole Hamels admits it: He plunked rookie phenom Bryce Harper on purpose. "I was trying to hit him," the Philadelphia lefty said.
Much has been made of young Bryce Harper's first few days in the majors. He has a cannon for an arm. He gets on base. He makes good with the locals. He steals home. And now he's caused the Phillies' Cole Hamels to pull off what