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Game 55: Can Hamels turn it around?

Cole Hamels continues to look for that one outing that will turn his season around. The Phillies lefthander takes a 1-8 record and 4.43 ERA into tonight’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Citizens Bank Park.

Game 55: Can Hamels turn it around?

Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard celebrates his solo home run in the second inning. (Elizabeth Robertson/Staff Photographer)
Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard celebrates his solo home run in the second inning. (Elizabeth Robertson/Staff Photographer)

Cole Hamels continues to look for that one outing that will turn his season around. The Phillies lefthander takes a 1-8 record and 4.43 ERA into tonight’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Citizens Bank Park.

He will be opposed by Milwaukee struggling RHP Yovani Gallardo (3-5, 4.79).

The Phillies (26-28) are facing a Brewers team that is last in the N.L. Central with a 19-33 record.

Here is today’s Phillies lineup.

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1. Ben Revere, CF

2. Cesar Hernanez, 2B

3. Jimmy Rollins, SS

4. Ryan Howard, 1B

5. Domonic Brown, LF

6. Delmon Young, RF

7. Freddy Galvis, 3B

8. Humberto Quintero, C

9. Cole Hamels, P

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