40-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent
2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
There was no outlook written for Jeremy Fikac in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Jeremy Fikac Contract Information:
Agreed to a deal with the Giants in December, 2004. Terms were not disclosed.
Fikac has started in two consecutive Fresno Grizzlies games in place of Jesse Foppert, who has a blister on his throwing hand.
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Jeremy Fikac: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Jeremy Fikac.
Since his dazzling 2001 debut with the Padres, Fikac hasn't done much of anything in the majors. He's exactly the sort of guy teams should bring in on the cheap and hope for the best with, rather than throwing millions at 'proven' middle relievers.
Fikac's solid numbers at Triple-A didn't translate into meaningful results in 16 big league innings. He's out of options entering spring training, so a change of address might be calling in late March.
Fikac was on his way to making a name for himself as a middle reliever after making 23 appearances for the Pads in 2001, posting a 1.37 ERA. That offseason, he had surgery to remove a cyst from his pitching hand. He came out of the gate on fire again in 2002, but suddenly lost effectiveness in early May. Itís difficult to say if the surgery had anything to do with his sudden ineffectiveness, or if other factors were at play. If Fikac pitches well in the spring, itís probably safe to assume that the woes he experienced in 2002 are a thing of the past.