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Razzball | Aug 1st, 4:45pm
This never should have happened, but do you remember a time when Gangnam Style was cool? It’s hard to remember, I know, but I’m talking about the dark ages of 2012; the same year Jeremy Hellickson was last an effective pitcher. Following a disastrous 2013 campaign, Hellickson underwent offseason surgery, and tonight will be his third start off the DL. Against very mediocre competition (BOS...
news | Jul 26th, 11:56pm
David Ortiz thought he had cracked a home run off Tampa Bay starter Jeremy Hellickson with two outs and the bases empty in the top of the first inning Saturday. But a Red Sox fan was called for fan interference, turning the hit into a ground-rule double. Red Sox manager John Farrell came out to request that the umpires look the play over, and crew chief Bill Miller initiated a review of the potential...
news | Jul 26th, 10:56pm
The Rays designated righty reliever Juan Carlos Oviedo for assignment Saturday afternoon to make room for Jeremy Hellickson, who was called up from Class A Advanced Charlotte to start Saturday night's game against the Red Sox.
Fangraphs | Jul 25th, 2:44am
Hellickson has been in the majors building up some stamina during the break, and now his country needs him to return. Hellickson has not lived up to his hype, but he's still been an effective big league pitcher, even if he hasn't been great in fantasy leagues. He's probably a streaming guy in standard leagues the rest of the way. - Zach Sanders
The Fantasy Fix | Jul 9th, 6:45pm
Hellickson's value is at its nadir between both the wretched 2013 and the elbow surgery which should afford you some time to wait-and-see in mixed leagues of 10- and 12-teams. In all other formats, you likely have to buy before you try, but if he's not, I'd make the move. There is still a lot of upside in this right arm and while he may have a bumpy first few starts, he can offer big value in the final two months of the season with full health. - Paul Sporer