Nationals' Jeremy Hellickson is sick, will try to pitch Thursday
Washington Nationals starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson is reportedly sick, but he'll try to pitch Thursday against the Miami Marlins.
Hellickson is scheduled to start Thursday's game, but it looks like he could be on a short leash if his illness limits him in any way. Jefry Rodriguez is available for long relief if needed, and there is also the possibility that Hellickson is scratched altogether. Stay tuned or another update closer to first pitch.
If Hellickson is able to go, our models project him for 31.4 FanDuel points at a cost of $6,300.
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