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    Cole Hamels: Cole Hamels won't sign for Jered Weaver money

    Cole Hamels - S - PHI - Jan. 18 - 11:06 am et

    Cole Hamels' agent John Boggs told Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly.com that he doesn't expect his client to sign a long-term contract similar to Jered Weaver's five-year, $85 million deal with the Angels.
    "I don't think it's a parallel," explained Boggs. "That contract is great for Jered. I understand it. But he took a different path and left a lot of money on the table. He came up through the Angels system and grew up in their backyard. He's pitching where he grew up. That situation appeals to him. It's a similar situation to when I had Tony Gwynn. Without getting into specifics of what we're looking for, the Weaver situation is unique to Weaver." The Phillies and Hamels avoided arbitration on Tuesday by agreeing to a one-year, $15 million contract, but the 28-year-old left-hander can become a free agent next offseason. While Boggs said they will give the Phillies "every opportunity" to keep Hamels for the long-term, he also expects his client to be compensated as an "elite pitcher." It will be a challenge to keep him from hitting the open market. Jan. 18 - 11:06 am et
    Source: CSNPhilly.com

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