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Jeremy Hellickson (SP)

Arizona Diamondbacks - 1% owned

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Bats: R, Throws: R

Jeremy Hellickson lasted 5.1 innings Saturday night in Los Angeles and again fell victim to early runs in his fifth start as a Diamondback.

Fantasy Impact: Hellickson’s game stats don’t speak to how comfortable he looked compared to his previous starts. It was his third start out of his last four where he struck out six. He gave up a first inning homer to Justin Turner and then an RBI double to Adrian Gonzalez later in the inning. The former Tampa Bay Ray left with the lead but the bullpen couldn’t keep it as his night ended with a no decision.

 

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Jeremy Hellickson didn't last 5 innings while giving up 4 ER today and was charged with the loss vs. the Pirates. On the bright side he did have 6 strikeouts.

Fantasy Impact: Hellickson is 1-3 with an ERA of 5.24. Chase Field isn't a very pitcher friendly park which doesn't help him. Over 22.1 IP he has a 16/8 K/BB ratio in 4 his starts. I don't recommend rostering him unless you're in an NL only league.

 

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Jeremy Hellickson allowed five runs on seven hits in his second start of the year against the San Diego Padres. Hellickson lasted 6.2 innings even though most of the damage against him came in the first inning.

Fantasy Impact: It was a peculiar night for Hellickson, as he was near lights out in the second, fourth and sixth innings, where as he struggled in the odd numbered innings. Hellickson’s six strikeouts were impressive and the fifth run that Hellickson was tagged for was actually allowed on a wild pitch by Randall Delgado. However, he looks far removed from his 2011 Rookie of the Year season.

 

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Jeremy Hellickson only lasted 4.1 innings and gave up three runs Wednesday against the San Francisco Giants in his first game as a Diamondback.

Fantasy Impact: The newly-turned 28-year-old was able to get out of a couple bases loaded situations, but gave up consecutive RBI doubles to Nori Aoki and Matt Duffy. He'll need a few quality starts under his belt in Arizona before he's worthy of fantasy consideration.

 

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Projected No. 2 starter Jeremy Hellickson got shelled by the Cleveland Indians Friday, allowing nine baserunners and three runs in just 1 2/3 innings. This is Hellickson's first season with the Diamondbacks after spending his career with the Tampa Bay Rays. (Source: Nick Piecoro)

Fantasy Impact: The 2011 AL Rookie of the Year, Hellickson had regressed in his surface stats every year before an injury-marred 2014 in which he only started 13 games for the Rays. While some peripherals (increasing K/9, BABIP, FIP) point to a potential turnaround, Hellickson's steadily increasing H/9 and slowly decreasing velocity should temper most hopes for a dramatic resurgence.

 

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The Arizona Diamondbacks and starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson have avoided arbitration with a one-year deal worth $4,275,000. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Acquired via the Tampa Bay Rays in an offseason trade, Hellickson is slated to be part of the revamped rotation for Arizona and will have to prove himself in hitter-friendly Chase Field before he is worth a fantasy roster spot.

 

The Diamondbacks tendered a contract to starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson. Hellickson is arbitration-eligible for the second offseason in a row, and will get a raise from his $3.625 million made last season. (Source: Steve Gilbert)

Fantasy Impact: The newly-acquired right-hander will work his way into the rotation for the Dbacks this spring. The former AL Rookie of the Year missed the first three months of last season after undergoing elbow surgery in the offseason. If Hellickson can recreate some of his rookie year magic, then he could earn a spot in deeper leagues and he’s worth taking a look at early in the season.