ESPN: The Cole Hamels Situation

ESPN: The Cole Hamels Situation

At ESPN, I discussed the implications of the latest setback in Cole Hamels’ quest to return from his arm injury, and discussed a few of the internal options that the Phillies could call upon to pitch in his stead.

There’s also this:

Update: And this…

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  1. TomG

    March 08, 2014 11:21 AM

    Well, I think they’ve got that pretty much covered, because we’re in the realm of excluded middles, here, and the Phillies are either talking to Santana or they’re not. Or maybe they’re talking to a guy standing next to Santana and hoping Santana overhears them and is clever enough to see past their little ruse. Possibly they bypass his agent this way and get a better deal. O, Ruben! You’re so wily!

    So there’s your middle ground, no longer excluded, and invited to the prom, possibly only to have a bucket of pig’s blood dumped on it, but still. It’s nice to be asked.

    Interesting side note: Your post consisted of excluded extremities, for me at least, because the tweets you cite didn’t show up but I could see them in the post when I read it in my feedly rss aggregator.

    Haha! Just kidding! That wasn’t interesting.

    But I’m looking at your site on a Mac using Chrome and really can’t see the tweets here. In case it’s an issue with you new format?

    • TomG

      March 08, 2014 11:24 AM

      No idea what this TomG clown is referring to because I can see those tweets five seconds later which means that guy is a liar and ought to be banned.

  2. Pencilfish

    March 08, 2014 01:01 PM

    HardBallTalk is now reporting the Jays are working on a 1-yr 14M deal with
    Santana.

  3. Bob

    March 09, 2014 01:26 AM

    Agents love Nick Cafardo.

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