James Loney, Rays: Loney, who hit . 249 last year for the Dodgers and Red Sox, reached the weekend as the major leagues' leading hitter...
James Loney, Rays: Loney, who hit .249 last year for the Dodgers and Red Sox, reached the weekend as the major leagues’ leading hitter at .367.
Cole Hamels, Phillies: A year after signing a $144 million extension, Hamels is 1-6 with a 4.63 ERA. The Phils are 1-8 in his starts, after going 21-10 last year.
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