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Hammel is pitching right now. 2 scoreless innings so far.

Thanks for the update! He got more money than I thought he would or I would kept him as a #5.

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Hope it doesn't go to far. I like the idea of this thread.

The other 5 threads on this got moved.

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Emilio Bonifacio is 3rd player since 1900 with 11 hits in 1st 3 games. Others: Cecil Cooper (1982), Ira Flagstead (1926)

(<a href="https://twitter.com/EliasSports">@eliassports</a>)</p>— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) <a href="

">April 3, 2014</a></blockquote>

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Man i wanted him bad.

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Emilio Bonifacio is 3rd player since 1900 with 11 hits in 1st 3 games. Others: Cecil Cooper (1982), Ira Flagstead (1926)

(<a href="https://twitter.com/EliasSports">@eliassports</a>)</p>— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) <a href="

">April 3, 2014</a></blockquote>

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Man i wanted him bad.

I did too but at the sametime I was excited and eager to see Lough.

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A dazzling debut for Hammel's 2014 season.

Before walking the final batter that he had faced, he retired 19 out of the previous 20 batters.

He was at 73 Pitches (46 Strikes, 27 Balls) through 5 inning.

He threw 14 Pitches (9 Strikes, 5 Balls) in the 6th inning.

He threw 11 Pitches (6 Strikes, 5 Balls) in his 7th and final inning, of which he departed after recording 2 outs, and allowing a bases on balls.

The runner that he left on base (first base, with 2 outs in the 7th inning) was allowed to score after reliever James Russell allowed a double, and Justin Grimm allowed a single up the middle. He still has a chance to get the W though, as the Cubs lead the game by a score of 3-2 after 7 complete.

JASON HAMMEL O (vs. CUBS, 4/03) *

IP:. 6.67

H:o 2 (2 Singles)

R:O 1

BB: 1

SO: 5

Pitches: 98 (61 Strikes, 37 Balls)

2014 ERA: 1.35

* Hammel's 2014 Season Debut

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My apologies for only having the pitch count per inning for Hammel's final 2 innings of work.

I didn't see the first 5 innings of the game.

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