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FELIX HERNANDEZ RUMORS

The Second Half Has Been Bizarro Mariners

Superman fans know Bizarro as the supervillain with all the attributes of Superman, but with some of the powers reversed, like cold vision instead of heat vision. Seattle Mariners fans, accustomed to really good pitching, anchored by King Felix Hernandez, and, well, really not so good hitting, spearheaded by usually no one, may be thinking that the M’s since the All Star break...
Via Oregon Sports News
8 days ago  |  Discuss

How much did Felix Hernandez solve?

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 an effective outing at home...
Via Fangraphs
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Daily Pitcher Duels: Aug. 21

Today's featured duel provides us with the aces of unlikely pretenders, and is backed up by a couple good secondary matchups and a few aces in isolation. Check 'em out: Chris Sale (CWS) vs. Felix Hernandez (SEA) 10:10 p.m. ET Despite the efforts of their finest, it's fair to say the season hasn't gone to plan for both the White Sox and Mariners. Sale's White Sox are 56-63...
Via The Sports Post
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Felix Hernandez Hurting?

Fresh off of the worst start of his career, Felix Hernandez is in the rundown for every baseball show on television. Often so far, the producer’s notes have asked the analysts to wonder if the team left their ace in too long, and what that means about the relationship between the player and his management and coaches. Here’s another reason to wonder if he was left in too long...
Via Fangraphs
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez looks back on 10th anniversary of MLB debut

Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez broke into the league in 2005 at the age of 19 - so it's remarkable to step back and realize that he's been baffling hitters for a decade now. Earlier this week, the tenth anniversary of King Felix's MLB debut came and went - allowing Felix an opportunity to look back on the path he's blazed for himself.  Shannon Drayer of ESPN Seattle caught...
Via Fox Sports
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez’s Son Already Has Fastball Like His Father’s (Video)

The apple didn’t fall very far from the flame-throwing tree in the Hernandez family. We already know what kind of pitcher Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez is. The 2010 American League Cy Young winner is arguably the best right-handed pitcher in all of baseball and is one of the most dependable arms of his generation. Whenever the 29-year-old Hernandez calls it a career ...
Via NESN.com
June 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez’s son Jeremy flashes cannon during ceremonial first pitch (Video)

Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez has gotta be one proud papa. Hernandez’s 6-year-old son Jeremy took the field before Sunday’s matinee game against the Houston Astros to throw out the ceremonial first pitch along with the children of Hisashi Iwakuma, Seth Smith, and Jesus Sucre. While the other second-generation Mariners had admirable tosses, the younger...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez’s Friday night to forget

Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez put up an all-time stinker on Friday night against the Houston Astros, yielding eight runs in just one-third of an inning. It was so bad that the Mariners had to use a position player on the bump to close out a game the Astros ended up winning 10-0. But how bad was it? In a six-pitch sequence that ran the former Cy Young winner from the mound...
Via Sportsnaut
June 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners open huge home series vs. A’s

It’s September 12th, and, to the relief and perhaps surprise of Seattle Mariners fans, they will be playing a very meaningful series this weekend.  For the last time this season, the Mariners will play the Oakland A’s.  The A’s still own the first Wild Card in the American League, but their lead has been trimmed down to 1.5 games over Seattle.  It is possible with a Mariners...
Via isportsweb.com
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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