Helms
42-Year-Old 3B
Free Agent
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LEAGUE: Free Agent    BATS: R    Throws: R    HT: 6'4"    WT: 228 lbs.    DOB: 5/12/1976    College: None    Drafted: 1st Rd in 1994Show Contract
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Wes Helms Contract Info:
Agreed to a $1 million extension in August 2010 that will keep him under contract through 2011.
3BFree Agent  
Foot
September 1, 2011
Helms (foot) has been released due to his injury, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
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  1. Wes Helms 2011 Preseason Outlook
    Helms put up another mediocre season as the Marlins' designated veteran righty off the bench, but instead of being cut loose not only was he rewarded with a contract extension, he actually has a shot at winning the starting third base job this spring if the team decides young Matt Dominguez isn't ready. Stranger things have happened than Helms having a good spring and carrying that momentum into April to provide some cheap early value, but he should still be firmly locked away in your 'Break Glass Only In Case of Fantasy Emergency' box.
  2. Wes Helms 2010 Preseason Outlook
    Helms is little more than a singles-hitting bench option as a corner infielder these days, but the Marlins seem satisfied with his contributions (and the price tag that accompanies them.) He should be back in 2010 for one more season in teal.
  3. Wes Helms 2009 Preseason Outlook
    Helms returned to Florida after a season in the Philadelphia wilderness but failed to recapture his 2006 form. The Marlins re-signed him anyway, but with Mike Jacobs gone he doesn't have an obvious platoon partner at first base, and the team has a few better defensive options at third. He'll provide veteran gravitas for the bench, but how many actual at-bats he sees in 2009 is an open question.
  4. Wes Helms 2008 Preseason Outlook
    In the first season of his two-year, $5.45 million contract, Helms became one-third of a three-man, six-legged, sack race that manned third base for the Phillies along with Greg Dobbs and Abraham Nunez. For 2008, it's just Helms and Dobbs, so he'll get another chance at significant playing time if he's able to rebound early on. Still, the 20-homer power he displayed in Milwaukee a few years back appears to be a fluke.
  5. Wes Helms 2007 Preseason Outlook
    Helms had a fantastic year off the Marlins' bench that earned him a big pay-day, and well as a potential starting job at third base, from Philadelphia. Surprisingly most of his power increase in 2006 came off right-handed pitchers, which runs counter to his previous splits. If he can maintain that, he could be a steal in your league, but if he resorts to his usual profile the Phillies will find themselves with a very expensive part-time player.
  6. Wes Helms 2006 Preseason Outlook
    Coming off the Milwaukee bench last year, Helms improved a little bit over his poor 2004. He'll back up Miguel Cabrera at third base, but may have a better chance at playing time with the Florida roster in flux this spring.
  7. Wes Helms 2005 Preseason Outlook
    Helms took a major step back in 2004 after a breakout 2003 season. It looks like he will start the season as a bench player with an occasional start at third base.
  8. Wes Helms 2004 Preseason Outlook
    Helms wasn't spectacular but he put up solid numbers at third base while playing some very good defense as well. He hit 23 HR despite missing 30 games due to a hamstring injury. Helms isn't going to hit for a high average or draw many walks, and it's very doubtful he's ever going to steal a base, but if you are looking for a little extra power for cheap then this is the place you might find it.
  9. Wes Helms 2003 Preseason Outlook
    Helms was given a chance to win regular playing time at first base but struggled as a regular, failing to capitalize on his power potential. He may get another shot at the third base job this spring with the Brewers, but right now it looks like he's settling in as utility player since he can play first base and outfield as well.
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3BFree Agent  
Foot
September 1, 2011
Helms (foot) has been released due to his injury, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
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3BAtlanta Braves  
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September 1, 2011
Helms will miss the rest of the season at Triple-A Gwinnett due to a foot injury, the Braves' official web site reports.
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3BAtlanta Braves  
August 17, 2011
Helms signed a minor league deal with the Braves on Wednesday.
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3BFlorida Marlins  
August 13, 2011
Helms was released by the Marlins after Saturday's game, the Miami Herald reports.
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3BFlorida Marlins  
June 3, 2011
Helms is in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Brewers, the Palm Beach Post reports.
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