15-Year Veteran Starting Pitcher Throws For MLB Teams; Looks "Insanely Good"

Looking to make a comeback.

Free agent veteran pitcher Cole Hamels threw for teams on Friday in Texas and, according to Jon Heyman of the New York Post, was said to look "insanely good."

Hamels was reportedly averaging 88-91 MPH on his fastball.

The expectation is that the thirty-nine-year-old pitcher will have some teams interested in his services for the 2023 season following the session.

Hamels is coming off shoulder surgery and has pitched just 3.1 innings over the last three seasons, so a comeback of any sort at his age is quite impressive.

Over his 15-year career, Hamels holds a solid 3.43 ERA, 1.18 WHIP, and 2,560 strikeouts over 2,698 innings and 422 starts. 

He spent 10 years with the Philadelphia Phillies, four years with the Texas Rangers, two years with the Chicago Cubs and one year with the Atlanta Braves.
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