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    Jeremy Hellickson's Spring Training Debut

    Local Talent from Des Moines Hoover does well in spring training debut against Yankees. In his brief appearance on the mound he struck out 2 (Derek Jeter and Mark Teixeira) and gave up only 1 hit.

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    Boxscore: Tampa Bay vs. NY Yankees - March 5, 2010 | MLB.com: News



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    Re: Jeremy Hellickson's Spring Training Debut

    I'm pretty sure it was my careful guidance and tutelage on the Hoover baseball team while he was a freshman and I was a senior that made him the man and baseball player he is today. After all, somebody had to keep the bench warm while he was mowing down opposing batters, and I was good at my job.



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    Re: Jeremy Hellickson's Spring Training Debut

    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneted View Post
    I'm pretty sure it was my careful guidance and tutelage on the Hoover baseball team while he was a freshman and I was a senior that made him the man and baseball player he is today. After all, somebody had to keep the bench warm while he was mowing down opposing batters, and I was good at my job.
    He is forever indebted to you for your impact on his career.



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