Jeremy Hellickson
This blog is dedicated to Tampa Bay Ray's starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson. From his shirt tuck to his fastball, who doesn't love Hellboy?




mlb:

HEY! You’re crazy, pitch.

mlb:

HEY! You’re crazy, pitch.


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fuckyeahrays:

Hellickson showing…. emotion?!


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fuckyeahrays:

(Tampa Bay Rays Facebook)
7IP, 2H, 1ER, 0BB, 3SO.
Jeremy Hellickson went 7 innings for the first time since July 5, 2013.
"That looked like the [2011] Rookie of the Year Hellickson right there," Maddon said. "Command of his fastball, his changeup, dropped some hooks in there when he wanted to. Actually thought he worked a little bit quicker. Everything was just right for him today. He had a great look about him."
"It’s been a long time since I’ve felt good after a start," Hellickson said. "I can’t really put my finger on what I did different. I felt the same, stuff was a little sharper, little better command. The fastball was definitely a lot better, it felt better coming out of my hand."

fuckyeahrays:

(Tampa Bay Rays Facebook)

7IP, 2H, 1ER, 0BB, 3SO.

Jeremy Hellickson went 7 innings for the first time since July 5, 2013.

"That looked like the [2011] Rookie of the Year Hellickson right there," Maddon said. "Command of his fastball, his changeup, dropped some hooks in there when he wanted to. Actually thought he worked a little bit quicker. Everything was just right for him today. He had a great look about him."

"It’s been a long time since I’ve felt good after a start," Hellickson said. "I can’t really put my finger on what I did different. I felt the same, stuff was a little sharper, little better command. The fastball was definitely a lot better, it felt better coming out of my hand."


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fuckyeahrays:

Happy Opening Day, everyone!!

fuckyeahrays:

Happy Opening Day, everyone!!


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"Every elimination game we went into feels like just another game until we get out there and see the crowd and make some plays, and then we’re a little more fired up. But we want to be in this situation,” Hellickson said. “We know we can win three in a row. It’s going to be difficult, but we know we can do it."  - Jeremy Hellickson (via raysbaseball)


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raysbaseball:

Jeremy Hellickson takes the hill to face the Toronto Blue Jays!

raysbaseball:

Jeremy Hellickson takes the hill to face the Toronto Blue Jays!


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dahellions:

why do we never talk about this

dahellions:

why do we never talk about this


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"Absolutely. We’re playing the teams we want to play. We control our own destiny,” Hellickson said prior to the series opener with Texas. “We’re playing teams right behind us and the team tied with us as well. We’ve just got to go out there and play like we’re capable of, go play hard and have fun these last two weeks."  - Jeremy Hellickson on the team’s approach for this series and for the rest of the year. (via raysbaseball)


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raysbaseball:

"I’m just ready to get back out there," Hellickson said. "The last three or four days have felt like three or four months. So, I’m ready to get back out there. Try to get back into a nice little groove again."
-Jeremy Hellickson on tonight’s start against the Angels.

raysbaseball:

"I’m just ready to get back out there," Hellickson said. "The last three or four days have felt like three or four months. So, I’m ready to get back out there. Try to get back into a nice little groove again."

-Jeremy Hellickson on tonight’s start against the Angels.


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raysbaseball:

"I’ve given up a lot of two-out runs. Two out, nobody on and a guy on first, and I give up two or three hits in a row," Hellickson said. "It has been kind of frustrating, but I really can’t think about it. I just have to move on. If it comes down to it again, you have to make that pitch."

raysbaseball:

"I’ve given up a lot of two-out runs. Two out, nobody on and a guy on first, and I give up two or three hits in a row," Hellickson said. "It has been kind of frustrating, but I really can’t think about it. I just have to move on. If it comes down to it again, you have to make that pitch."


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