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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: 4 | Salary: $503,000 | Owned/Started%: 14/0 | Average Draft Position: 287.64
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Jeremy Hellickson able to get through throwing session


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(4/20/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson was able to get through a throwing session Sunday, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Hellickson had a minor setback earlier in the week, but has made progress. He said the soreness he experienced came from throwing curveballs. His setback is expected to keep push him back for just a few days. Hellickson is attempting to come back after an elbow injury.


Jeremy Hellickson experiences setback


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(4/19/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson experienced a slight setback, according to the Tampa Bay Times

Hellickson experienced some arm soreness, and was shut down for three days. He plans to play catch Sunday in order to gauge the injury. Hellickson is recovering from an elbow injury. 


Jeremy Hellickson throwing off mound Tuesday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(4/14/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson is throwing off a mound Tuesday, according to the Tampa Tribune.

It will be the first time Hellickson will throw off a mound since having surgery in January. It's expected to rain in Baltimore Tuesday, but Hellickson said he would throw in the rain if necessary. Hellickson is dealing with an elbow injury, and is expected to be back in late May.


Jeremy Hellickson hoping to pitch off a mound soon


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(4/8/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson is hoping to pitch off a mound soon, according to the Tampa Tribune.

Hellickson is coming back from elbow surgery, and is expected to be back by late May. Hellickson said he's hoping to pitch off a mound in Baltimore during the team's current roadtrip. 


Rays place three players on 15-day DL


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/30/2014) The Rays announced Sunday they placed three players on the 15-day disabled list. They were starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson (right elbow surgery), reliever Juan Carlos Oviedo (right elbow surgery) and shortstop Tim Beckham (right knee surgery).

Recovery going well for Jeremy Hellickson


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/26/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson has been playing catch every other day as he recovers from January elbow surgery, MLB.com reports.

"We've thrown six times and I still haven't felt anything," Hellickson said. "I'm pain free all over. I feel great."

Hellickson is scheduled to return to the team in late May or early June.


Jeremy Hellickson happy with elbow response to throwing


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(3/12/2014) Rays right-hander Jeremy Hellickson expressed joy after throwing for the first time since early February elbow surgery. He called the session "very encouraging" and added that his elbow felt "really good," per the Tampa Bay Times.

Hellickson is not expected back until at least June 1, though his performance in 2013 might not lock him into a rotation spot. He took a major step back after two strong seasons by recording a 5.17 ERA and yielding more hits than innings pitched for the first time in his major league career.


Jeremy Hellickson to throw for first time since surgery


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/11/2014) Rays starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson will throw Thursday for the first time since undergoing elbow surgery in early February, per The Tampa Tribune. It will be a five-minute throwing session from 45-60 feet.

Jeremy Hellickson says elbow feels good


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(2/13/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson said his elbow feels "really good," according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Hellickson had arthroscopic surgery on his elbow, and is expected to be sidelined until May. He said he's had good movement in his arm and no tightness yet. Hellickson posted a 5.17 ERA in 174 innings last year.


Jeremy Hellickson aiming to be back at beginning of May


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/3/2014) Rays starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson said he was told the rehab process coming off arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow could take 6-10 weeks. He's looking to make his absence from the rotation as short as possible, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

"The beginning of May is what I'm shooting for," he said. "Anything before that is good. Hopefully I'm out there sooner rather than later."

Hellickson said he only felt slight discomfort when he started throwing in December, but it got worse leading up to a bullpen session in mid-January.

"I threw my first bullpen and it felt good, then I got on the mound three days later and I couldn't even really staighten out my arm, it was kind of locked up," he said. "I threw about 10-15 pitches that bullpen, and came away with it just didn't feel good at all, not comfortable."

Hellickson is particularly disappointed because he wants to bounce back in 2014 after posting a career-worst 5.17 ERA in 2013.

"I was absolutely looking forward to getting back out there this year,'' he said. "I guess a lot of people where doubting me toward the end of last year so I was motivated to get back out there and do what I know I can do. So it definitely sucks. It's frustrating to have to go through this and miss hopefully just a month, month and a half.''


Elbow surgery to sideline Jeremy Hellickson until May


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/3/2014) Rays starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow 
last week and is expected to be out until mid- to late-May, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Hellickson had loose bodies removed from his elbow by Dr. Koco Eaton and is likely to miss the first 6-8 weeks of the season.

The Rays will likely turn to Jake Odorizzi with Hellickson sidelined, according to the Times. The paper suggests Alex Colome and Enny Romero could also be in-house options to replace Hellickson.


Rays, Jeremy Hellickson avoid arbitration


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(1/17/2014) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson has avoided arbitration with the club.

Hellickson is set to make $3.625 million. He'll earn an additional $25,000 if he reaches 195 innings. 


Jeremy Hellickson lasts only one inning in Game 4


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/9/2013) Rays manager Joe Maddon had seen enough out of starter Jeremy Hellickson after loading up the bases with no outs in the second inning of Game 4 of the American League Division Series against the Red Sox at Tropicana Field. He was pulled for Jamey Wright in the second inning, receiving a no-decision.

Hellickson tossed a perfect opening frame before walking David Ortiz and Mike Napoli. He then surrendered a single to Daniel Nava to load up the bases before he was pulled. He allowed one hit and two walks over one inning pitched.


Jeremy Hellickson tabbed for Game 4


by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com
(10/4/2013) The Rays will start Jeremy Hellickson in Game 4 of the ALDS against Boston, the Tampa Bay Times reports. 

Hellickson had a rough season for Tampa, as he finished with a 5.17 ERA over 174 innings. It was his first season with an ERA over 3.50. Joe Maddon and the Rays will hope Hellickson's larger history means more than one bad year.


Jeremy Hellickson roughed up by Toronto


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/27/2013) Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson endured a rough outing as he took the loss Friday night against the Blue Jays. He allowed six runs -- three earned -- on six hits and two walks while striking out five over 4 2/3 innings pitched.

Hellickson allowed 14 runs over his final 15 innings pitched. He finished the regular season 12-10 with a 5.17 ERA, a 1.35 WHIP and a 135:50 K:BB ratio over 174 innings pitched.


Jake Odorizzi, Jeremy Hellickson options for Friday


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/23/2013) Rays manager Joe Maddon told the Tampa Bay Times that he's still debating between right-handers Jeremy Hellickson and Jake Odorizzi for Friday's game at Toronto.

Hellickson has been a regular member of the Rays rotation all season but pitched in relief Sept. 20 after going 1-6 with a 7.75 ERA and 1.85 WHIP in his previous nine starts. Odorizzi, a 23-year-old prospect, has spent most of this season at Triple-A Durham but allowed just one hit and one walk in 3 2/3 innings of relief in that same extra-inning game.


Jeremy Hellickson wins marathon game


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(9/21/2013) Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson was the 11th pitcher used in Friday's 18-inning walk-off win over the Orioles. Hellickson was the eventual winner in the game to improve to 12-9 on the season.

Hellickson pitched the final 2 1/3 innings for Tampa as he allowed just one hit and no runs. He struck out two batters over 41 pitches as the Rays ended the nearly seven-hour affair with a 5-4 score.

Look for the Rays to alter their pitching rotation in some way going forward as Hellickson was supposed to start Sunday's game against Baltimore. That won't happen after he pitched Friday.


Jeremy Hellickson suffers ninth loss


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/17/2013) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson (11-9) took a step back as he suffered his ninth loss of the season Tuesday night against the Rangers. The right-hander permitted five runs on four hits and one walk while striking out one over 2 2/3 innings of a 7-1 defeat.

Hellickson has surrendered eight earned runs over his last eight innings pitched. He is scheduled to make his next start Sunday at home against the Orioles. He is 2-1 with a 6.29 ERA in four starts against the Orioles.

Jeremy Hellickson strikes out seven in no-decision


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2013) Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson didn't factor into the decision in his team's 4-3 win Thursday after holding the Red Sox to thee earned runs on four hits and three walks while striking out seven in 5 1/3 innings.

Prior to Thursday, Hellickson hadn't struck out more than four batters in a start since the All-Star break, and he had recorded just 14 strikeouts in 26 innings since the beginning of August. He'll take an 11-8 record, 5.04 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 127:47 K:BB ratio into Tuesday's start against the Rangers.


Jeremy Hellickson solid in spot start


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/5/2013) Rays starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson won for the first time since the end of July Wednesday, in a 3-1 win over the Angels.

Hellickson held the Angels scoreless in 5 1/3 innings of work. He allowed four hits and two walks, while throwing 71 pitches. He struck out four batters, his highest total since July 10.

Hellickson is now 11-8 after snapping a five-decision losing streak, while lowering his ERA to 5.04. His next start is not yet known, as the Rays currently have a six-man rotation. He is in line to start again Tuesday against the Red Sox as things stand.  


Jeremy Hellickson called up to Rays


by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com
(9/2/2013) The Rays have recalled starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson from Double-A Montgomery, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Hellickson was demoted to get some rest after posting a 5.21 ERA in his first 27 starts. He is expected to rejoin the rotation at some point but it is unclear when he will make his next start.


Jeremy Hellickson joins Biscuits


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(9/1/2013) The Rays transferred starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson, recently demoted, from Class A Charlotte to Double-A Montgomery Sunday, the Tampa Bay Times reports. 

This allows Hellickson to return to the Rays sooner. He's expected to be recalled Tuesday after the Biscuits end their season. 


Jeremy Hellickson not worth the trouble anymore


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8/28/2013) Jeremy Hellickson ... he was a top prospect throughout his minor-league career and the AL Rookie of the Year in 2011.

But it's been all downhill since then, culminating in a 0-5 record, 9.00 ERA and 2.12 WHIP in his last six starts, five of which lasted less than five innings.

I get that his demotion to the minor leagues Tuesday was just a procedural move and that he'll be back in the Rays rotation when rosters expand Sept. 1, but as a Fantasy owner, I don't really care. I'm tired of waiting on potential that I'm not even sure exists anymore.

All the number crunchers called Hellickson's 2011 season an aberration, noting that his strikeout rate was too low and his walk rate too high for him to repeat it. Knowing his pedigree, I chose not to believe them. But whatever modest gains he's made in terms of strikeouts since then have been offset by his hittability. It was an aberration.

He's Rick Porcello all over again. The good isn't frequent enough or even good enough to make up for all the bad.


Rays send Jeremy Hellickson down


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(8/27/2013) The Tampa Bay Rays optioned struggling starter Jeremy Hellickson to Class A Charlotte Tuesday and recalled reliever Jeff Beliveau, the Tampa Bay Times reports. 

Hellickson will not pitch with Charlotte, only rest. Because the Class A season ends soon, he can rejoin the Rays at that time, though nothing of that nature has been officially decided. 

The 26-year-old was 10-3 at one point this season but is now 10-8 with a 5.21 ERA. He's gone 0-5 over his last six outings for the Rays with 25 runs allowed over 25 innings. Opposing hitters are batting .385 off him over that stretch. His next start was scheduled for Saturday at Oakland, though he likely won't be making that. 


Jeremy Hellickson may be pushed back


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(8/27/2013) Rays manager Joe Maddon said Tuesday the organization is "very confident" that starter Jeremy Hellickson is not dealing with any kind of injury, the Tampa Bay Times reports. 

That said, Tampa is considering pushing back Hellickson's next start. The 26-year-old was 10-3 at one point this season but is now 10-8 with a 5.21 ERA.

He's gone 0-5 over his last six outings for the Rays with 25 runs allowed over 25 innings. Opposing hitters are batting .385 off him over that stretch. His next start is currently scheduled for Saturday at Oakland.