The 2017 Phillies feel unique among rebuilding teams in that their starting pitching rotation is likely to be 80 percent the same as it was the previous season. Potential building blocks like Aaron Nola, Jerad Eickhoff, and Vince Velasquez are all back. For better or worse, Jeremy Hellickson is back as well after accepting the Phillies’ qualifying offer instead of testing the free...
Via Crashburn Alley
5 hours ago
Good morning! Here’s the news: OPENING DAY STARTER?: While nothing has been announced, it seems likely that Jeremy Hellickson will once again be the opening day starter for the Phillies. STAIRS’ PLAN: Here’s a bunch of notebook pieces by Stephen Gross of the Morning Call, among them a look at Matt Stairs’ tasks as hitting coach (the key is line drives and the opposite field...
Via Phillies Nation
11 hours ago
Manager Pete Mackanin should look to one of the Phils’ young guns to make the season’s first start. Look, this is nothing to get our undies in a twist over or anything, but Jeremy Hellickson shouldn’t be the Phillies Opening Day starter in 2017. Manger Pete Mackanin appears to be leaning in that general direction, however, telling beat reporters down in Clearwater, “[Hellickson’s...
Via The Good Phight
1 day ago
It's not official, but expect Jeremy Hellickson to be the Phillies' Opening Day starter.
1 day ago
When Major League Baseball suspended Padres general manager A.J. Preller last September, it was for his failure to disclose required medical information in a trade that sent left-hander Drew Pomeranz to the Red Sox for right-hander Anderson Espinoza.Preller did not receive additional discipline for allegedly engaging in similar conduct in a separate deal with the Marlins; the teams...
Via FOX Sports
19 days ago
Around this time in 2015, right-hander Jeremy Hellickson had just completed a three-year stretch during which he recorded a cumulative ERA near five and experienced some injury troubles to boot. Following his one and only season in Arizona, he was traded to Philadelphia for a young righty who wasn’t even among the Phillies’ top-25 prospects at the time. There wasn’t a great...
We have our first qualifying-offer acceptance of the offseason, and it’s Jeremy Hellickson who’s taken $17 million to stay put for another year. He’ll remain with the Phillies for now, and get paid rather handsomely to do so. A guarantee of $17.2 million isn’t bad at all for a pitcher with Hellickson’s past. He was a somewhat interesting commodity given that he was coming...
Jeremy Hellickson appears poised to test the free agent waters. According to a report from Fan Rag Sports’ Jon Heyman, Hellickson is unlikely to accept a qualifying offer from the Philadelphia Phillies. The 29-year-old pitcher received a qualifying offer from Philadelphia this week for $17.2 million. If he declines it, the Phillies would receive a compensatory draft pick. Hellickson...
After looking at the upside of Henderson Álvarez Monday and last year’s second-half production from Jhoulys Chacín on Tuesday, we come to, in all likelihood, our most expensive building block of this ridiculous exercise: Jeremy Hellickson. Unlike Álvarez, and Chacín to a certain extent, the hype surrounding Hellickson when he came into the league was quite high. A fourth-round...
As the trade deadline hourglass continues to rapidly lose sand particles, a former Rookie of the Year could possibly be on the move. According to a report by Jon Morosi of MLB Network on Monday, Phillies right-hander Jeremy Hellickson is drawing interest from multiple clubs, including the Detroit Tigers. #Tigers focused on starting pitching market. Jeremy Hellickson, drawing interest...
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