Dodgers Will Be Among The Teams At Cole Hamels Workout

The Dodgers to be among the teams at a July 16 workout for veteran LHP Cole Hamels.

Hamels is now 37 years old, made his MLB debut for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2006. He stayed in Texas until he was traded to the Chicago Cubs in 2018, where he remained until signing with the Atlanta Braves in 2020.With the Braves, Hamels only made one start before being shut down for the season with shoulder fatigue.

He holds a career 3.43 ERA, 3.68 FIP and 51.6 WAR in 422 starts and one relief appearance. In 2,698 innings pitched, Hamels has struck out 8.54 batters per nine and walked 2.56 per nine.

As of right now, the Dodgers have 3 healthy starting pitchers including Walker Buehler, Julio Urias, and Tony Gonsolin. Clayton Kershaw was put on the IL just days before the All-Star Break and Trevor Bauer is currently on administrative leave.

Several teams including the Dodgers will be out there for the workout this upcoming Friday.

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