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Sport Cole Hamels signs one-year, $18million deal with Atlanta Braves

13:50  05 december  2019
13:50  05 december  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Left-hander Cole Hamels signed a one - year , $ 18 million contract with the Atlanta Braves , the team announced Wednesday. Hamels ' deal does not contain any no-trade protection, a source told ESPN's Buster Olney. Hamels joins a Braves rotation fronted by Mike Soroka and including Max Fried and

ATLANTA (AP) Left-hander Cole Hamels agreed to an $ 18 million , one - year contract with the Atlanta Braves , one of the more active Jose Quintana and especially Tyler Chatwood have not lived up to expectations. In a short series, one of the guys closer to the back end of the rotation will likely need to

Cole Hamels wearing a hat throwing a baseball: Pitcher Cole Hamels© Getty Images Pitcher Cole Hamels

Four-time All-Star Cole Hamels signed a one-year, $18million deal with the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday.

Hamels, 35, joins the Braves after a season and a half with the Chicago Cubs, having previously played for the Philadelphia Phillies and Texas Rangers.

An All-Star in 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2016, Hamels was the World Series MVP as the Phillies enjoyed their success in 2008.

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ATLANTA (AP) Left-hander Cole Hamels agreed to an $ 18 million , one - year contract with the Atlanta Braves , one of the more active Jose Quintana and especially Tyler Chatwood have not lived up to expectations. In a short series, one of the guys closer to the back end of the rotation will likely need to

Former Cubs pitcher Cole Hamels agrees to 1 - year , $ 18 million deal with the Braves . ATLANTA — Left-hander Cole Hamels agreed to an $ 18 million , one - year contract with the Atlanta Braves Atlanta also has re- signed four players: outfielder Nick Markakis, catcher Tyler Flowers and relievers

"When it came down to it, I wanted to play on a contender," the left-hander said.

"I was very familiar with the Braves. I've watched them in the postseason and I've seen what they've been able to create.

"I've always been following them in hopes of maybe being able to pitch with some of those guys, because they have such good young talent. I know at my stage of my career what I could provide could be beneficial."

Hamels made 27 starts for the Cubs this year, posting a 3.81 ERA on his way to a 7-7 win-loss record.

Atlanta, meanwhile, made the National League Division Series (NLDS) before falling to the St Louis Cardinals.

The Braves have already signed reliever Will Smith and catcher Travis d'Arnaud this offseason.

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