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Cole Hamels

philadelphiaphillies:

“When they’re not pitching, hitting, or winning a pennant, it turns out that some of the Phillies players love to practice their chess game! ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships, the leading provider of after school chess clubs in the Philadelphia area, and the Phillies have teamed up for a grand slam of a public service announcement.”



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pompomflipflop:

Cole Hamels & Chase Utley on the red carpet (Utley All-Star Animals Casino Night, benefiting PSPCA)
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pompomflipflop:

Cole Hamels & Chase Utley on the red carpet
(Utley All-Star Animals Casino Night, benefiting PSPCA)

(by pompomflipflop)


Domonic Brown, John Mayberry Jr., Ben Francisco, Shane Victorino, Kyle Kendrick, Jimmy Rollins, Ryan Howard, Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee, & Chase Utley at Ryan’s second annual Celebrity Waiter event (2011)

Domonic Brown, John Mayberry Jr., Ben Francisco, Shane Victorino, Kyle Kendrick, Jimmy Rollins, Ryan Howard, Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee, & Chase Utley at Ryan’s second annual Celebrity Waiter event (2011)


henryrowengartner:

We must keep believing.

henryrowengartner:

We must keep believing.


philadelphiaphillies:

These four.

philadelphiaphillies:

These four.



hipsteroswalt:



Sneak peek at the Power Page in Thursday’s Daily News.

hipsteroswalt:

Sneak peek at the Power Page in Thursday’s Daily News.


Phillies at the Ryan Howard 1st Annual Celebrity Waiter Event (July 2010)

Phillies at the Ryan Howard 1st Annual Celebrity Waiter Event (July 2010)


"Last, but hardly last… . Kid Quantum, the youth who alters Newtonian laws of physics. At 27 he’s the greenest and handsomest of The Four, the tall, skinny collector of superhero cards and a self-professed geek in adolescence … until the day 10 years ago that Cole Hamels ran full-speed into a parked car playing street football and suffered, unbeknownst to him, a stress fracture of the humerus in his left arm. The long bone snapped like a pine branch in mid-pitch during his next summer league game, dropping him to the dirt in pain and seeming to extinguish his big league dreams. Only for him to discover, upon his recovery a year later, that that left arm now could bend time and distance, could launch a white pellet that left his hand looking exactly like his 93-mile-an-hour sizzler but then screeched to a halt and began to bend, leaving his foes swinging at something that had not even reached them yet, coiling them in knots."  - excerpt from Gary Smith’s article “The Legion of Arms" in the April ‘11 issue of Sports Illustrated