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FELIX HERNANDEZ RUMORS

No win for the King, but Felix relishes rally

Felix Hernandez has endured a number of narrow losses in his 12-year tenure with the Mariners due to lack of offense, so you can't blame the 30-year-old ace for relishing a dramatic 9-8 win over the A's on Wednesday when his team took him off the hook for a likely loss with its late-game heroics.
Via Mariners.com
5 hours ago

Felix aims to conquer Seattle win mark vs. A's

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez and highly regarded A's prospect Sean Manaea, two pitchers on the opposite ends of the experience spectrum, square off in Wednesday afternoon's 12:35 p.m. PT series finale at the Coliseum in Oakland.
Via Mariners.com
1 day ago

Manaea eyes first MLB win vs. M's Hernandez

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez and highly regarded A's prospect Sean Manaea, two pitchers on the opposite ends of the experience spectrum, square off in Wednesday afternoon's 12:35 p.m. PT series finale at the Coliseum in Oakland.
Via Athletics.com
1 day ago

Royals one-hit the Mariners -- and lose 1-0

SEATTLE -- Felix Hernandez tied Jamie Moyer's franchise record for career victories at 145 in the Seattle Mariners' 1-0 victory over Kansas City on Friday night, the Royals' fourth straight loss.Seth Smith provided the only run -- and the only hit -- for the Mariners, leading off the sixth inning with a home run to right off Royals starter Kris Medlen (1-2).Hernandez (2-2), in his...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Hernandez ties Mariners win record with 1-0 decision over KC

SEATTLE (AP) Felix Hernandez tied Jamie Moyer's franchise record for career victories at 145 in the Seattle Mariners' 1-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Friday night. Seth Smith provided the only run - and the only hit - for the Mariners, leading off the sixth inning with a home run to right off Royals starter Kris Medlen (1-2). Hernandez (2-2), in his 11th season with...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Royals will try to snap road losing streak in Seattle

Felix Hernandez broke a franchise record in his latest start but didn't get enough support to match a second.The Seattle Mariners' ace tries again to tie Jamie Moyer's wins mark as the Mariners welcome the Kansas City Royals to Safeco Field on Friday night.Hernandez surpassed Randy Johnson's team strikeout record Saturday against the Los Angeles Angels, finishing with 2,166, but...
Via Fox Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez Makes Record Comeback After Illness

The weekend has been a mixed ride for starting pitcher Felix Hernandez; having initially missed out on the game against the Angels Friday night due to a suspected flu bug, the 30 year old then came back Saturday and smashed a Mariners club record. When the news hit Friday that Hisashi Iwakuma would replace the pitcher that evening, all speculation was focused to whether the seasoned...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez’s Ominous Company

Let’s talk about the King. Felix Hernandez lost his start on opening day. In one sense, it was just the same old Mariners — Felix allowed one earned run, and literally just one hit, a fly-ball blooper into the shallow outfield. So, that makes it sound crazy, but Felix also walked five batters in six innings, and put a sixth on base by hitting him. Fewer than 60% of his pitches...
Via Fangraphs
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez rocking blond hair, matching goatee

Felix Hernandez entered spring training for the Seattle Mariners with a new look. He has bleached blond hair straight out of the ’90s and a dyed goatee to match. UPDATED: #Mariners manager confirms newly blond Felix Hernandez will start season opener. https://t.co/w0Nf1cIABN pic.twitter.com/hKlFEiVjdt — Bob Dutton (@TNT_Mariners) February 20, 2016 King Felix also says he...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 20, 2016  |  Discuss

How much did Felix Hernandez solve?

By Jeff Sullivan Wednesday was a pretty good day for starting-pitcher redemption. Most visibly, Justin Verlander came a few outs from no-hitting the Angels, calling attention to the fact that it looks like he’s back on track. In Chicago, Rick Porcello returned to the Red Sox and spun seven shutout innings, after entering with an ERA near 6. And Felix Hernandez turned in...
Via Fangraphs
August 28, 2015  |  Discuss
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