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58 Jeremy Hellickson SP
Height/Weight: 6-1/195 | Birthdate: 4/8/1987 | Birthplace: Des Moines, IA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Tampa Bay | College: No College | MLB Experience: 5 | Salary: $503,000 | Owned/Started%: 21/2 | Average Draft Position: 287.09
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Jeremy Hellickson on track to return against Red Sox


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/13/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson was sent to the minors so he can stay on schedule through the All-Star break, reports MLB.com. Hellickson will make two minor-league starts before being recalled for the home series against Boston starting July 25.

Hellickson just returned from the disabled list and made his season debut last Tuesday against the Royals. He was sharp, allowing one earned run in 4 1/3 innings.


Rays option Jeremy Hellickson


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/13/2014) The Rays optioned pitcher Jeremy Hellickson to Double-A Montgomery, where he'll pitch Monday, reports the Tampa Bay Times. Hellickson made his season debut last Tuesday, allowing one earned run over 4 1/3 innings.

Jeremy Hellickson solid in season-debut


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(7/8/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson was solid his first time out Tuesday against the Royals.

In his first outing since dealing with an elbow injury, Hellickson allowed one earned run over 4 1/3 innings. Hellickson gave up six hits, and one walk. He struck out two. Hellickson appeared to be held to a strict pitch-count, and was pulled after tossing 84 pitches during the outing. Since he didn’t go five inning, he did not qualify for the win.

If Hellickson remains in the rotation, his next start would come against the Twins. 


Jeremy Hellickson appears set for Tuesday start


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(7/5/2014) Joe Maddon has declared that right-hander Jeremy Hellickson is expected to rejoin the Rays rotation Tuesday after losing the first half of the season to an elbow injury. He should therefore start the second game of the series against visiting Kansas City.

Hellickson hopes to perform better upon his return than he did a season ago, when his 12-10 record was marred by a 5.17 ERA and 24 home runs allowed in 174 innings pitched.


Jeremy Hellickson to throw 'pen session Saturday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(7/4/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson played catch without any issues on Friday, a day after his latest Triple-A rehab starts, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Hellickson is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Saturday before the team decides the next step in his recovery from an elbow injury.

Jeremy Hellickson to make next rehab start Thursday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(6/30/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson felt good in his bullpen session Monday, and he's on track to make his next rehab start Thursday, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Hellickson was pulled from Friday's start as a precaution after experiencing minor elbow discomfort. He's on his way back from offseason elbow surgery.


Jeremy Hellickson pulled as a precaution at Triple-A


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/27/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson was pulled from his rehab start at Triple-A Durham Friday, with the Tampa Bay Tribune reporting he had minor elbow discomfort.

Hellickson, who is working his way back from offseason elbow surgery, appears to have avoided a major setback, despite leaving the mound. He is expected to continue his rehab schedule moving forward, with Friday's removal deemed a precaution. 


Jeremy Hellickson not an option Friday; staying on rehab assignment


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/24/2014) The Rays are not considering activating pitcher Jeremy Hellickson for Friday's doubleheader in Baltimore, MLB.com reports Tuesday.

Hellickson will instead make a fifth rehab start for Triple-A Durham, as he continues to work his way back from offseason elbow surgery. He allowed six runs in five innings in his last outing, Sunday. Manager Joe Maddon told MLB.com the team is not concerned about the health of Hellickson's elbow, but rather his readiness to pitch in the majors.

"He's kind of going through Spring Training. And we want him to be performing well before he comes here. Even if he needs a little longer than one more start, I don't think there's anything to be read into it, other than he needs more time to pitch at the level he's capable of. Pure and simple. If he's not ready, he's not ready, performance-wise. But health-wise, he seems to keep getting better."


Rays considering SP options for Friday's doubleheader


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(6/24/2014) Rays manager Joe Maddon said starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson (elbow) is not a candidate to start in Friday's doubleheader against the Orioles. Jake Odorizzi will start one game in the doubleheader, and Maddon added Nathan Karns and Alex Colome are the candidates to start the other game.

Rays deciding what to do with Jeremy Hellickson


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/24/2014) The Rays are still deciding what to do with pitcher Jeremy Hellickson, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Hellickson declared himself healthy following his third rehab start. The club will now have to determine whether Hellickson is ready to return to the majors, or whether they want him to pitch one more rehab start in the minors. Hellickson is also considered a candidate to start one of the games during the team's Friday double-header. Hellickson has been sidelined all season due to elbow issues.


Jeremy Hellickson to toss another rehab game Sunday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/20/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson will make another rehab start Sunday at Triple-A, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Hellickson didn't perform well in his last start, and the team decided he would need another outing before returning to the majors. He's been recovering from elbow issues, and has not pitched in the majors this year.


Jeremy Hellickson 'not quite ready yet'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(6/18/2014) Rays manager Joe Maddon said starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson (elbow) is likely headed for at least one more rehab start. 

"Not yet," Maddon responded when asked if Hellickson was ready to join the Rays' rotation, per MLB.com. "I mean, that's what I'm hearing, he's not quite ready yet."

Hellickson was hit hard in his third rehab start Tuesday for Triple-A Durham, allowing seven runs on 12 hits in 2 2/3 innings.

"Obviously he did get hit around a little bit," Maddon said. "That's primarily what I heard. I just wanted to know at what level he threw velocity-wise, indicating the strength of his arm, it sounds like it's there.

"Obviously he's not pitched in a while coming off surgery, so I'm not really that bent out of shape about performance yet. That's still forthcoming. So it sounds like his arm is well. When he's able to throw 92 [mph], that's probably top end for him, normally. So that means his arm is feeling strong again."


Jeremy Hellickson rocked in rehab start


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/18/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson struggled in his third rehab start Tuesday for Triple-A Durham.

Hellickson pitched into the third inning, but was removed after 76 pitches, as he struggled to quiet any of the Louisville bats. He was tagged for seven runs -- four earned -- on 12 hits and a walk, while striking out two batters in a loss.

Hellickson is working his way back from offseason elbow surgery, and has an 11.40 ERA in two starts at Triple-A.  


Jeremy Hellickson on track for third rehab start Tuesday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(6/15/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson completed a bullpen session Sunday and is on track to make his third minor-league rehab assignment Tuesday with Triple-A Durham, MLB.com reports. Hellickson  underwent arthroscopic elbow surgery in the offseason and has not played a game for the Rays in 2014.

Jeremy Hellickson transferred to Triple-A for rehab start


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/12/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson has been transferred to Triple-A Durham for a rehab start. 

Hellickson made one appearance in Class A, and will move closer to the majors. The move was announced Wednesday night, so Hellickson's promotion shouldn't come as a surprise. He tossed three scoreless innings during his first rehab start. 


Jeremy Hellickson ready to roll for second rehab start


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(6/11/2014) Rays right-hander Jeremy Hellickson is set to make his second rehab start for Triple-A Durham on Thursday. He is slated to pitch four innings and 60 pitches, per MLB.com.

If all goes well, he will make a third minor league start before joining the Rays for the first time since undergoing arthroscopic elbow surgery in the offseason.


Jeremy Hellickson feels 'great' following first rehab outing


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/8/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson made his rehab debut Saturday at Class A Charlotte, as he continues to work his way back from elbow surgery.

Hellickson was working on a four-inning limit, but ended up pitching three scoreless innings instead. He allowed just two hits and a walk in the outing while striking out two batters, while throwing 38 pitches without incident.

"Felt great," Hellickson told MLB.com. "I've been feeling really good the last month or so. Today was no different. Tried to get out there and get the work in and came out feeling really good."

Hellickson expects to throw two more rehab outings before he can be considered an option to return to the Rays' rotation.


Jeremy Hellickson set for four innings in rehab debut


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/4/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson will make his rehab debut Saturday, a key step in his recovery from elbow surgery.

Hellickson tossed a 35-pitch bullpen session Wednesday, and then told MLB.com he would begin his rehab assignment at Class A Charlotte Saturday. He will throw four innings with a 60-pitch limit, and already has a schedule in mind for his return to the majors.

"I'll see how I feel after that," Hellickson said. "I think three [rehab starts] is all I need. Get to six [innings] and 90 [pitches]. I should be good as long as everything goes smoothly."

Hellickson has yet to pitch in the majors this season, but could be back by late June assuming he avoids a setback.


Jeremy Hellickson scheduled for first rehab start Saturday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(6/4/2014) Rays right-hander Jeremy Hellickson has reported that his Wednesday bullpen session went well and that he plans on making his first of three rehab starts for Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday.

Hellickson has been out all year after undergoing elbow surgery. He will likely rejoin the Tampa Bay rotation upon his return in late June.


Jeremy Hellickson could starts rehab stint Saturday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(6/2/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson (elbow) could start a minor-league rehab assignment as early as Saturday, according to the Tampa Bay Times on Monday.

Hellickson completed a 50-pitch extended spring training outing on Monday, which lasted three-plus innings without any reported issues. He will likely need at least three starts in the minors before he rejoins the team from the disabled list.

Jeremy Hellickson throws three-plus innings in simulated game


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(6/2/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson threw 50 pitches over three-plus innings in a simulated game Monday and reported no problems, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Hellickson is working his way back from an elbow injury, and this was his second simulated game.

Jeremy Hellickson gets through two simulated innings


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(5/28/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson touched 90 miles per hour during his simulated game Wednesday, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Hellickson tossed two innings in the simulated game, and made it through without suffering a setback with his elbow injury. He was able to mix in breaking balls an manager Joe Maddon came away pleased with his progress. 


Jeremy Hellickson throws second live BP session


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(5/25/2014) Rays starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson (elbow) threw his second live batting practice session Sunday, per MLB.com. Hellickson threw about 35 pitches to Sean Rodriguez, Cole Figueroa and Ben Zobrist. 

Hellickson said he didn't feel as good Sunday as he did during his first live batting practice session Thursday. He said it took him longer to loosen up Sunday.

"I just felt it," he said.

Hellickson said he will now throw a simulated game at the team's spring complex in Port Charlotte, Fla., Wednesday. He continues to target a late-June return.


Jeremy Hellickson faces hitters for first time


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(5/22/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson made it through his first live batting practice without issue Thursday, a big step in his recovery from elbow surgery.

Hellickson tossed 35 pitches, mostly fastballs, in his first time working against live hitters. He mixed in about five curveballs and a few changeups in as well, and will try to increase the count of breaking pitches next time, according to MLB.com.

"I probably won't work on the curveball just specifically, but I'll probably throw more curveballs next time out," Hellickson said. "But today was just getting that fastball down and away, getting a feel for my fastball again."

Hellickson will throw his next session Sunday, before moving on to a simulated game shortly after. He remains confident he can return to action prior to the All-Star break.  


Jeremy Hellickson to throw batting practice Thursday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson will face batters for the first time this season when he throws a live batting practice session Thursday, MLB.com reports.

Hellickson has been on the disabled list all season after undergoing arthroscopic elbow surgery in March. He expects to return before the All-Star break.