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https://plus.google.com/106874170269253357584 Greg Weiler : Fire away at this new Cole Hamels #WeeklyWallpaper for your phone by downloading it now from our Facebook...
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https://plus.google.com/116154960166773656320 Libor Milian : This is a list of famous people who were born, spent a majority of their life, or currently live in ...
This is a list of famous people who were born, spent a majority of their life, or currently live in San Diego, California, USA.

Marcus Allen, football player, College and Pro Hall of Famer, TV analyst
Concetta Antico, artist
David Bailey, professional motocross racer
Dr. Charlotte Johnson Baker, San Diego's first practicing woman physician
Dr. Fred Baker, physician, founder of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Khalif Barnes, professional football player
Arlene Baxter, model and actress
Billy Beane, general manager of Oakland Athletics, portrayed by Brad Pitt in Moneyball
Belle Benchley, director of the San Diego Zoo
Annette Bening, actress
Kurt Benirschke, pathologist and geneticist
Rolf Benirschke, professional football player
Doug Benson, professional comedian
Peter Berkos, Academy Award winner for Sound Editing
Noah "Wuv" Bernardo, drummer for P.O.D.
Camren Bicondova, dancer
Mayim Bialik, actress
Tony Bill, actor, director, and Academy Award-winning producer
Stephen Bishop, musician
Ron Blair, musician, original bassist of band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Hank Blalock, professional baseball player
Jolene Blalock, actress, Star Trek
blink-182, rock band
Kim Bokamper, professional football player
Bob Boone, MLB catcher
Tim Bradstreet, artist and illustrator
Debbie Bramwell-Washington, IFBB professional bodybuilder
Charles Brandes, investment manager, billionaire
Madge Bradley, attorney and judge; first woman appointed to San Diego County bench
Allison Bradshaw, professional tennis player
Lucille Bremer, actress
Drew Brees, professional football player, San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints
Adam Brody, actor, The O.C.
Bill Brown, music composer
Victor Buono, actor
Charles F. Buddy, first bishop of Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, University of San Diego founder
Chase Budinger, professional basketball player
Bob Burnquist, professional skateboarder
Nakia Burrise, actress best known for portraying the third Yellow Power Ranger; Tanya Sloan
Eileen Rose Busby, author, antiques expert
Reggie Bush, professional football player
Chad Butler, drummer for band Switchfoot
Darryl Byrd, professional football player
Brie Bella, Semi-Retired professional wrestler for wwe, former WWE Divas Champion
Nikki Bella, Professional Wrestler for WWE former 2x WWE Divas Champion
Matt Cameron, drummer of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam
John Castellanos, stage, film and television actor, film producer
Donna Campbell, physician and member of the Texas Senate, born in San Diego in 1954
Charlie Cannon, singer, theater performer and co-founder of Starlight Opera
Nick Cannon, actor, rapper, occasional TV host
Francesca Capaldi, actress
Billy Casper, golfer, Masters and U.S. Open champion
Mark Cerney, founder of Next of Kin Registry (NOKR)
Eric Chavez, professional baseball player
Steve Cherundolo, professional soccer player
Judy Clarke, criminal defense attorney
Eric Close, actor
D. C. Collier, real estate developer, director of the 1915–16 Panama California Exposition
Aukai Collins, Chechen mujahideen, spent his childhood in Ocean Beach, and part of his early adulthood in City Heights
Marshall Colt, psychologist and former actor
Holly Marie Combs, actress
Dennis Conner, America's Cup yachtsman
Maureen Connolly, professional tennis player, 1953 tennis Grand Slam champion
Derrike Cope, NASCAR driver
Salvatore J. Cordileone, Roman Catholic archbishop
Jorge Cordova, professional football player
Alana Cordy-Collins, anthropologist
William P. Cronan, naval officer and 19th Naval Governor of Guam
Robbin Crosby, musician
Rob Crow, musician
Cameron Crowe, screenwriter, director, and producer
Dominick Cruz, mixed martial artist, UFC bantamweight champion
Andrew Cunanan, spree killer who murdered Gianni Versace
Austin da Luz, professional soccer player
John D'Acquisto, professional baseball player
Ted Danson, Emmy Award-winning actor
Mike Davis, professional baseball player
Terrell Davis, professional football player
William Heath Davis, early San Diego developer
Tom Delonge, singer and musician
Warren DeMartini, musician
Amir Derakh, musician
Cameron Diaz, actress
Patrice Donnelly, athlete and actress
Miles Doughty, singer and musician
Johnny Downs, vaudevillian, dancer, actor, TV personality
Gerry Driscol, yacht racer and businessperson
Adam Driver, actor
Dinesh D'Souza, author
Jared Dudley, professional basketball player
Momčilo Đujić, WW2 Chetnik guerilla commander
Robert Duvall, Oscar-winning actor
Jason Earles, actor
Donnie Edwards, professional football player
Lindsay Ellingson, model
Joan Embery, animal and environmental advocate
Hayden Epstein, professional football player
Gary Erwin, TV personality
Marshall Faulk, professional football player, Hall of Famer
Raymond E. Feist, author
Amy Finley, cook, author
John William Finn, Medal of Honor recipient
Reuben H. Fleet, aviation pioneer, industrialist, army officer
Jon Foreman, lead vocalist and guitarist for band Switchfoot
Tim Foreman, bassist and backing vocalist for band Switchfoot
Arian Foster, professional football player
Julie Foudy, professional soccer player
Dan Fouts, professional football player, TV commentator
Frankie J, singer
Ace Frehley, lead guitarist for band KISS
Mike Fuentes, musician, drummer for band Pierce the Veil
Vic Fuentes, musician, vocalist and rhythm guitarist for band Pierce the Veil
Diamanda Galás, composer, vocalist, and keyboard artist
Major Garrett, reporter
Steve Garvey, professional baseball player, businessman
Theodor Geisel, children's author (Dr. Seuss)
Brian Giles, professional baseball player
Marcus Giles, professional baseball player
Jared S. Gilmore, child actor [1]
Francoise Gilot, painter, author
Broc Glover, motocross national champion
La'Roi Glover, professional football player
Susan Golding, businesswoman, politician
Adrian Gonzalez, professional baseball player
Andrew Good, Major League baseball player born at University Hospital San Diego,CA
Edgar Gott, aviation industry executive
Robert Klark Graham, businessman and eugenicist
Cecil H. Green, geophysicist, philanthropist
Harold Greene, television journalist
Oscar Gutierrez, aka Rey Mysterio, Jr., former WWE wrestler
Tony Gwynn, professional baseball player, Hall of Famer, coach
Tony Gwynn Jr., professional baseball player, son of Tony Gwynn
Leon Hall, professional football player
Cole Hamels, professional baseball player
Rosie Hamlin, singer
Aaron Harang, professional baseball player, attended San Diego State
Charles Mallory Hatfield, rainmaker
Riley Hawk, professional skateboarder, son of Tony Hawk
Tony Hawk, professional skateboarder
Le Ly Hayslip, memoirist and humanitarian
Roger Hedgecock, mayor and radio personality
Arthur Hobbs, defensive back for CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats
James Holmes, convicted gunman of the 2012 Aurora shooting
Dennis Hopper, actor and director
Mark Hoppus, singer and musician
Alonzo Horton, early San Diego developer, created "New Town San Diego", later Downtown
James Oliver Huberty, perpetrator of San Ysidro McDonald's Massacre
Kimberly Hunt, news anchor
Joe Hutshing, film editor
Gabriel Iglesias, stand-up comedian
Christofer Drew Ingle, musician
Doug Ingle, founder of band Iron Butterfly, primary creator of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, first platinum record
JabbaWockeeZ, dance crew
Prince Michael ″Blanket″ Jackson, youngest son of Michael Jackson
Father Luís Jayme, California's first Christian martyr
Jayo Felony, rapper
Kris Jenner, television personality
Johnny Jeter, professional wrestler
Deron Johnson, professional baseball player
Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR driver, six-time champion
Katrina Johnson, actress
Adam Jones, professional baseball player
Dhani Jones, professional football player
Jacque Jones, professional baseball player
Lonnie Jordan, musician, War
Kendrick Bangs Kellogg (born 1934), architect
Dan Kemp, actor
Kerri Kendall, model
David Kennedy, musician
Jewel Kilcher, singer
Tawny Kitaen, model and actress
Laurence Monroe Klauber, herpetologist
Ken Kocher, professional football player
Raph Koster, author and game designer
Joan Kroc, philanthropist
Ray Kroc, founder of the McDonald's corporation, owned San Diego Padres
Alice K. Kurashige, first Japanese-American woman to be commissioned in US Marine Corps
Frankie Laine, singer and actor
Adam Lambert, runner-up on American Idol
Tim Lambesis, vocalist for the band As I Lay Dying
Fabio Lanzoni, model
Bob Larsen, track and field coach, Olympic coach
Don Larsen, professional baseball player
Bucky Lasek, professional skateboarder
Tammy Lauren, actress
Robbie Lawler, mixed martial artist
Bessie Learn, silent film actress
Bobby Lee, MadTV actor and comedian
David Leisure, "Joe Isuzu," character actor and comedian
Jeanne Lenhart, senior Olympian, senior pageant winner, performing arts teacher
William S. Lerach, securities class action attorney, investor advocate
Cliff Levingston, professional basketball player
Lil Rob, Chicano rapper
Art Linkletter, television personality
Cleavon Little, actor, Blazing Saddles
Gene Littler, professional golfer in World Golf Hall of Fame
Libor Milian-Dance Stars,Songwriter,Photographer,Animation
Harold Lloyd, silent film actor
John Logan, screenwriter
Mario López, actor and television personality
Greg Louganis, Olympic gold-medalist diver
Moses A. Luce, lawyer
John Macaulay, NFL player
Rob Machado, professional surfer
Doug Manchester, real estate developer, owner of the San Diego Union Tribune
Gloria Marks, All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player
Ross Martin, actor, The Wild Wild West
Michael Martinez, drummer of Allstar Weekend
Clay Marzo, professional surfer
James Maslow, actor, singer from boy band Big Time Rush
Victor Mature, actor, Kiss of Death
Bill McColl, NFL player and surgeon
William C. McCool, astronaut
Kyle McDonald, singer and musician
Tug McGraw, professional baseball player, father of country singer Tim McGraw
Danica McKellar, "Winnie Cooper" actress
Michael Medved, radio host, polital commentator, film critic
Dan Melville, football player
Bob Mendoza, professional baseball player, coach, San Diego Hall of Champions inductee
Cordelia Mendoza, antiques expert, businesswoman, author
Shep Meyers, musician
Phil Mickelson, professional golfer, Masters and British Open champion
Martin Milner, actor, Adam-12
Kevin Mitchell, professional baseball player
Silas Weir Mitchell, actor
Matthew Modine, actor, Full Metal Jacket, The Dark Knight Rises
John J. Montgomery, pioneer aviator
Archie Moore, professional boxer
Alex Morgan, professional soccer player, US Women's National Team
Adam Montoya, YouTube personality, gamer
Jason Mraz, singer
Chad Muska, professional skateboarder
Kathy Najimy, actress
Stephen Neal, professional football player
Andrew Newmark, activist, musician
Walter R. Nickel, M.D., dermatologist and dermatopathologist
Kent Ninomiya, journalist
Craig Noel, theatre producer
Matt Nokes, professional baseball player
Ellen Ochoa, NASA astronaut
Raymond Ochoa, actor
Ryan Ochoa, actor
Ronan O'Gara, professional rugby player
Heather O'Rourke, actress, Poltergeist
Carson Palmer, professional football player, Heisman Trophy winner
Chuck Palumbo, professional wrestler
Adam Pearce, professional wrestler
Stephen Pearcy, musician
Justin Pearson, musician
Everett Peck, cartoonist, illustrator, animator and creator of Duckman and Squirrel Boy
Gregory Peck, Oscar-winning actor
Clarence M. Pendleton, Jr., chairman of United States Commission on Civil Rights 1981-88[2]
Bob Penuelas, cartoonist
Tony Perry, lead guitarist for band Pierce the Veil
Scott Peterson, convicted murderer
Craig Peyer, convicted murderer
Dat Phan, comedian
Regis Philbin, television personality
Steve Poltz, singer-songwriter and guitarist
Zach Porter, singer of Allstar Weekend
Jaime Preciado, bass player and vocalist for band Pierce the Veil
Jenna Presley, actress
Ben Press, tennis professional and coach
Gary Puckett, musician and singer
Sarah Purcell, television personality
Sara Ramirez, actress and singer
Scott Raynor, musician
Autumn Reeser, actress
Steve Reeves, actor, body builder, author
Richard Requa, architect
Roger Revelle, oceanographer, founder of UCSD
Sally Ride, astronaut
Dave Roberts, professional baseball player, baseball manager
Cliff Robertson, Oscar-winning actor
Alfred D. Robinson and Marion James Robinson, builders of Rosecroft
Aaron Rodgers, professional football player
Mitt Romney, politician
Tony Romo, professional football player
Louis Rose, developer
Seraphim Rose, hieromonk
Marion Ross, actress, Happy Days
Neil Ross, voice actor
Patrick Rowe, NFL player
Ilan Rubin, musician
Ralph Rubio, businessman and restaurant chain owner
RuPaul, performer, television personality
Betsy Russell, actress, Saw
Jason Russell, film director
Rey Mysterio professional wrestler for wwe and Lucha underground
Rashaan Salaam, professional football player, Heisman Trophy winner
Jonas Salk, physician and researcher
Jessica Sanchez, American Idol contestant
Shauna Sand, Playboy model, "Playmate of the Month" for May 1996
Sonny Sandoval, musician
Cathy Scott, journalist and true-crime author
J. Michael Scott, senior scientist, environmentalist and author
Junior Seau, professional football player
Kate Sessions, horticulturalist, "the mother of Balboa Park"
Stephanie Seymour, model
Alana Shipp, American/Israeli IFBB professional bodybuilder
Kerry Simmonds, rower, Olympic gold medalist[3]
Mary Sinclair, actress
Andy Skib, musician
Mitchy Slick, musician
Alex Smith, professional football player
Marty Smith, motocross national champion
Carly Smithson, singer
Suzy Spafford, artist
Brenda Spencer, convicted murderer
John D. Spreckels, businessman and industrialist
Michael Stamm, Olympic swimmer, national champion
Scott Stantis, editorial cartoonist
Riley Steele, pornographic actress
Jeremy Stenberg, professional motorcross rider
J. J. Stokes, professional football player
Milburn Stone, actor, Gunsmoke
Frederick W. Sturckow, astronaut
Savannah Sturges, Top 10 finalist on MasterChef Season 4
Karen Hantze Susman, tennis player
Brian Teacher, tennis player, Australian Open singles champion
Jonathan Temple (1796–1866), landowner, rancher and politician
Jamie Thomas, professional skateboarder
Joanna Thomas, IFBB professional bodybuilder
Pete Thomas, American football player
Susanna Thompson, actress
Katherine Tingley, creator of Theosophical Society compound at Lomaland
Robert Titzer, writer known for Your baby can read! infant learning book
Ted Tollner, professional football coach
Jerry Trainor, actor
Alan Trammell, professional baseball player and manager
Marty Tripes, winner of first Super Bowl of motocross
Bitsie Tulloch, actress
Jeremy Tyler, professional basketball player
Peter Valdes, technopreneur, Tivoli software co-founder
W.S. Van Dyke, film director
Tiffany van Soest, kickboxer
Eddie Vedder, singer in rock band Pearl Jam
Juli Veee, soccer player
Craig Venter, biologist, entrepreneur
Victor Villaseñor, author
Erik von Detten, actor
Tom Waits, singer-songwriter, composer and actor
Bill Walton, professional basketball player, TV commentator
Luke Walton, professional basketball player
Kelly Ward, actor
Danny Way, professional skateboarder
Harry M. Wegeforth, physician, founder of the San Diego Zoo
Raquel Welch, Golden Globe Award-winning actress
David Wells, professional baseball player
Julie White, Tony Award-winning actress
Shaun White, professional skateboader and snowboarder, Olympic gold medalist
Kendra Wilkinson, model and television personality
Carol Williams, concert organist, composer
Michelle Williams, actress
Nathan Williams, musician
Ricky Williams, professional football player, Heisman Trophy winner
Ted Williams, professional baseball player, Hall of Famer
Ann Wilson, musician
Jim Wilson, professional baseball pitcher and general manager
Pete Wilson, mayor of San Diego, governor of California and U.S. Senator
Scott Wilson, professional bodybuilder
Kellen Winslow, professional football player
Kellen Winslow II, professional football player
Cassidy Wolf, Miss Teen USA
Mickey Wright, LPGA golfer, World Golf Hall of Famer
Robin Wright, Golden Globe Award-winning actress
Marvell Wynne II, professional soccer player
Frank Zappa, musician
Valerie Ziegenfuss, professional tennis player
Sal Zizzo, professional soccer player
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https://plus.google.com/101885306566772880329 The Ranger Report : One of the questions that need to be answered this off season is who will be the starting  five? What...
One of the questions that need to be answered this off season is who will be the starting  five? What we know is that the Rangers will have Cole Hamels and Yu Darvish as the top two, and that Derek Holland will not be there. so that leaves three spots…
The Starting Five - The Ranger Report
One of the questions that need to be answered this off season is who will be the starting five? What we know is that the Rangers will have Cole Hamels and Yu Darvish as the top two, and that Derek Holland will not be there. so that leaves three spots open. The Rangers tried several …
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https://plus.google.com/111990611987033625831 StrongBoard Balance Board : Our #WCW goes out to Heidi Hamels. Heidi is the co-founder of the Hamels Foundation. She is also the...
Our #WCW goes out to Heidi Hamels. Heidi is the co-founder of the Hamels Foundation. She is also the wife of Philadelphia Phillies baseball player Cole Hamels!
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https://plus.google.com/117675923727825686228 Chris WWE Fan : WHO does my friend Cj look like
WHO does my friend Cj look like
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https://plus.google.com/101657163867044065626 Matthew Veasey : Jerad Eickhoff Potential Injury Ramifications The Philadelphia Phillies pitchers and catchers just reported...
Jerad Eickhoff Potential Injury Ramifications
The Philadelphia Phillies pitchers and catchers just reported to spring training, and already there are questions regarding a member of the starting rotation. At last season’s trade deadline, the Phillies sent veteran starting pitcher  Cole Hamels   and har...
Jerad Eickhoff Potential Injury Ramifications
The Philadelphia Phillies pitchers and catchers just reported to spring training, and already there are questions regarding a member of the starting rotation. At last season’s trade deadline, the Phillies sent veteran starti...
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https://plus.google.com/101657163867044065626 Matthew Veasey : Matt Harrison Will Not Pitch in 2016 The Philadelphia Phillies have announced that a pitcher received...
Matt Harrison Will Not Pitch in 2016
The Philadelphia Phillies have announced that a pitcher received in their big trade with Texas last year will miss the entire 2016 season. In dealing  Cole Hamels  and  Jake Diekman  to the Texas Rangers at the 2015 trade deadline, the Phillies received a p...
Matt Harrison Will Not Pitch in 2016
The Philadelphia Phillies have announced that a pitcher received in their big trade with Texas last year will miss the entire 2016 season. In dealing Cole Hamels and Jake Diekman to the Texas Rangers at the 2015 trade deadli...
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https://plus.google.com/101657163867044065626 Matthew Veasey : Cole Hamels Returns to Philly Area to Work With Kids A former Philadelphia Phillies pitching great and...
Cole Hamels Returns to Philly Area to Work With Kids
A former Philadelphia Phillies pitching great and World Series hero was back in the area last week. The Phils’ 2002 1st round MLB Amateur Draft pick,  Cole Hamels  spent parts of 10 seasons in red pinstripes.  Hamels became the 2008 NLCS and World Series MV...
Cole Hamels Returns to Philly Area to Work With Kids
A former Philadelphia Phillies pitching great and World Series hero was back in the area last week. The Phils’ 2002 1st round MLB Amateur Draft pick, Cole Hamels spent parts of 10 seasons in red pinstripes. Hamels became t...
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https://plus.google.com/101657163867044065626 Matthew Veasey : Phillies Now Surprisingly Counting on Jerad Eickhoff In that trade, the Phils sent ace homegrown lefty...
Phillies Now Surprisingly Counting on Jerad Eickhoff
In that trade, the Phils sent ace homegrown lefty  Cole Hamels  to the Lone Star State in exchange for catcher  Jorge Alfaro , outfielder  Nick Williams , and pitchers  Jake Thompson ,  Alec Asher , and  Jerad Eickhoff . Eickhoff is not listed last there by...
Phillies Now Surprisingly Counting on Jerad Eickhoff
In that trade, the Phils sent ace homegrown lefty Cole Hamels to the Lone Star State in exchange for catcher Jorge Alfaro, outfielder Nick Williams, and pitchers Jake Thompson, Alec Asher, and Jerad Eickhoff. Eickhof...
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https://plus.google.com/117346487446362721266 US Sports News - News Waver : Blue Jays rout Cole Hamels, Rangers in Game 1 of ALDS - The Blue Jays broke the game open with a five...
Blue Jays rout Cole Hamels, Rangers in Game 1 of ALDS - The Blue Jays broke the game open with a five-run third inning.            
Blue Jays rout Cole Hamels, Rangers in Game 1 of ALDS - News Waver
The Blue Jays broke the game open with a five-run third inning.            
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https://plus.google.com/115061245212026627747 Breaking Atlantic City News : WASHINGTON — Chase Utley sat in the Los Angeles Dodgers clubhouse and watched as Cole Hamels was chased...
WASHINGTON — Chase Utley sat in the Los Angeles Dodgers clubhouse and watched as Cole Hamels was chased from a game 1,000 miles away. Eight years ago might as well be an eternity.
Members of '08 World Series-winning Phillies reunite in NLDS | Phillies/MLB |

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https://plus.google.com/102798112775766770343 Worldwide Spotlight : #Banister: Credit where credit is due, #Jays had solid approach
#Banister: Credit where credit is due, #Jays had solid approach
Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister felt credit was due to how the Toronto Blue Jays approached Cole Hamels in Game 1, calling it a solid approach, but no one expected the game to get that out of hand that swiftly. Please leave a comment below and a World
Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister felt credit was due to how the Toronto Blue Jays approached Cole Hamels in Game 1, calling it a solid approach, but no one expected the game to get that out of hand that swiftly. Please leave a comment below and a World
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https://plus.google.com/103147712872040136256 Colby Finley :

Texas Rangers : Blue Jays rout Cole Hamels, Rangers in Game 1 of ALDS
ARLINGTON, Texas Rangers-- Jose Bautista belted a three-run homer, carefully put his bat down as well as began a workaday trot around the bases, showing no
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https://plus.google.com/113032922882838338512 Scot Duke : Appears the other teams in the MLB have studied up on Cole Hamel and now know what to expect when he...
Appears the other teams in the MLB have studied up on Cole Hamel and now know what to expect when he pitches. WHY don't the Texas Rangers do this kind of homework?
How Rangers have fared against Marco Estrada; how Cole Hamels has fared against Toronto | SportsDay
Here is a look at how the Game 1 starting lineups have faired against the Game 1 starting pitchers.Rangers' history vs. Game 1 starter Marco...
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https://plus.google.com/113032922882838338512 Scot Duke : Texas Rangers need to tighten up on their pitching and start hitting the ball.
Texas Rangers need to tighten up on their pitching and start hitting the ball.
Blue Jays rout Cole Hamels, Rangers in Game 1 of ALDS
The Rangers hardly looked like they belonged on the same field with the Blue Jays, who handed them a 10-1 pasting in Thursday’s Game 1 of the AL Division Series.
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https://plus.google.com/116339330626811686063 Rattle and Hum Sports : Rangers pummeled by Blue Jays in ALDS opener @RangerRap #Rangers #TORvsTEX #ALDS Cole Hamels had control...
Rangers pummeled by Blue Jays in ALDS opener @RangerRap #Rangers #TORvsTEX #ALDS

Cole Hamels had control problems as he walked three to go along with six hits allowed. The Blue Jays blasted him for five runs in the third and two more in the fourth, before he was relieved after retiring just 10 batters out of 20 that he faced.
Rangers get pummeled by Blue Jays in ALDS opener
Cole Hamels had control problems as he walked three to go along with six hits allowed. The Blue Jays blasted him for five runs in the third and two more in the fourth, before he was relieved after retiring just 10 batters out of 20 that he faced.
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https://plus.google.com/117316629445714018433 Doyel Times : USA TODAYARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Cole Hamels kept getting two strikes. The Texas Rangers’ All-Star left...
USA TODAYARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Cole Hamels kept getting two strikes. The Texas Rangers’ All-Star left-hander just couldn’t finish off the Toronto hitters. The Blue Jays had five two-strike hits off Hamels, four of them in a five-run third on way to a…
Hamels struggles with 2 strikes, Rangers lose ALDS opener – USA TODAY
USA TODAYARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Cole Hamels kept getting two strikes. The Texas Rangers’ All-Star left-hander just couldn’t finish off the Toronto hitters. The Blue Jays had five two-s…
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