|2013 Regular Season|
Hamels allowed five runs in as many innings, dropping to 1-6 with a 4.61 ERA. He remains a good buy-low option.
Walks continue to be an issue for Hamels this season, who is issuing free passes at a career-worst clip of 3.83 per nine innings.
Hamels was otherwise superb, allowing just one run and two hits over six innings. He's now 1-3 with a 4.78 ERA on the season.
The Phillies have scored four total runs in his last three starts.
Hamels, who entered with a 10.97 ERA in his first two starts, held the Marlins without a hit until the fifth inning when Adeiny Hechavarria tripled to right-center field with two outs.
Hamels gave up one hit, walked one and struck out three. He'll start next Monday night at Atlanta.
Hamels already has a World Series ring, a pair of postseason MVP trophies and a lucrative contract. He's gone from ace of a championship team to being the No. 4 starter in a star-filled rotation and now back to No. 1. Even before Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee joined the Phillies, Brett Myers got the nod over Hamels for opening day. Now it's finally Hamels' chance so fantasy owners can take full advantage.
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