• Dominican Republic obliterates Phillies 15-2

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Mar 5, 2013
    Jose Reyes, Hanley Ramirez and the Dominican Republic put on a relentless offensive display Tuesday in their first exhibition game ahead of the World Baseball Classic, amassing 28 hits in a 15-2 romp over Hamels and the Philadelphia Phillies. The Dominican Republic scored four runs apiece in the second and third innings. Cole Hamels summed up his rocky 2 2/3 innings on Tuesday against the Dominican Republic thusly: Ramirez and Miguel Tejada had four hits apiece for the Dominican team. "Obviously, what I was going out and trying to do, I wasn't able to accomplish it as well," said Hamels, who is the Phillies' presumed Opening Day starter. It's just a game where you take it and try to build on what you can for the next bullpen [session], and then getting ready for my next goal, which is try to pitch deeper into a ballgame.
    Source: CNNSI.com
    • Ramirez carries Dominican Republic past Phils

      Cole Hamels' third start of spring training looked more like batting practice for the Dominican Republic.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Fine-tuning command Hamels' spring goal

    Cole Hamels summed up his rocky 2 2/3 innings on Tuesday against the Dominican Republic thusly: "Thank goodness it doesn't count."
    Source: MLB.com

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