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What next for the Phillies?

What was the story last season?

Heading into 2016, the Phillies were generally expected to be the worst team in baseball. The good news: they weren’t! 1,146 more words

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Free Agency Rankings - Starting Pitchers

  1. Rich Hill
  2. Jeremy Hellickson – signed with Phillies
  3. Jason Hammel

Rich Hill has revitalized his career. Coming over in the trade with Josh Reddick, Hill immediately made an impact in the Dodgers rotation. 221 more words

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Jeremy Hellickson returns to the Phillies on a 1-year deal

The free agent starting pitching market was extremely weak heading into this offseason and it just got weaker on Monday as Jeremy Hellickson accepted the 1-year/$17.2 million qualifying offer to re-sign with the Phillies. 305 more words

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Jeremy Hellickson and the Phillies

Jake DeWitt

Right-handed pitcher Jeremy Hellickson accepted a $17.2 million qualifying offer to remain with the Philadelphia Phillies for the upcoming 2017 season. After extending the qualifying offer, the Phillies front office probably hoped Hellickson would accept a longer, more lucrative deal from another team in order to receive a high draft pick as compensation. 284 more words

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Jeremy Hellickson Ain't No Fool; Accepts QO from Phillies

As of about 4:40 PM EST, the only athlete who had taken this year’s qualifying offers from their respective baseball club has been the Phillies’ Jeremy Hellickson. 105 more words

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Will the Phillies Re-Sign Jeremy Hellickson?

Post first appeared on phillyinfluencer.com on Aug. 30, 2016.

The news came down on Sunday that Philadelphia Phillies top starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson was pulled off of waivers.  434 more words

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6 keys to the offseason for the O’s

By Ryan Decker

As most you saw Tuesday night, the Baltimore Orioles season did not end in a very positive way.

If you were unable to catch the game, or weren’t on Twitter in the moments following, all you need to know is that… 895 more words

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