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Sporcle Friday: Quiz Title Too Long to Include

Another fun quiz to start your Friday. There are 162 games in a MLB season. A team is bound to suffer some tough losses in that stretch. Last night is an example of such a loss. Felix Hernandez pitched brilliantly, allowing just one run while striking out nine batters in seven innings of work. Most nights that earns a win. Last night, unfortunately, it did not. Lets take a look at...
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1 day ago

Vintage Felix a promising sign for Mariners

If the Mariners are going to make a run in the second half, this was the Felix Hernandez they'll need to lead the way. Unfortunately for Seattle, however, a return of the old Felix yielded a familiar fate as lack of run support resulted in a 4-1 loss to the Yankees in Thursday's series opener at Safeco Field.
1 day ago

48-49: Chart

Ex-Yankees and Never Yankees Falter Against Current Yankees Listening to Mariners Broadcasters: Felix Hernandez (.203 WPA) Listening to Yankees Broadcasters: Jarrod Dyson (-.220 WPA)
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1 day ago

Getaway Day: Class is back in session

With the All-Star Game and its festivities behind us, the pennant chase is back underway. Everything changes in this part of the year and in the brief return back to action over the weekend, we have already seen some trends emerge ahead of the trade deadline, from Jose Quintana's dominant debut in his new cross-town address in Chicago to Cody Bellinger and the Dodgers continuing...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

The 'Nice work if you can get it' quiz

While America is currently in the middle of an extended four-day, July 4th holiday, hardcore baseball fans recently celebrated the sport's best unofficial holiday: Bobby Bonilla Day. Yes, every July 1, the New York Mets cut a check to a retired player who last suited up for the team in 1999. You can read a primer on the whole deal here, but this paragraph in particular explains...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Rewriting the Hall of Fame rubric for today's pitchers

Not so long ago, it was easy to say what makes a Hall of Fame pitcher. 300 wins? Check. 3,000 strikeouts? Check. Mix in a few Cy Young Award wins, a memorable season or two, and maybe some October success, and you’re in there. But the win was the clinching stat; if a pitcher was viewed as a winner, he was considered a Hall of Famer.However, times are changing, and wins are becoming...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

Mariners SS Jean Segura could miss two months

As if the Seattle Mariners weren’t dealing with enough injuries, it looks like star shortstop Jean Segura will be out through July.Mariners GM GM Jerry DiPoto indicated recently that Segura could very well be out for the next two months after he suffered an ankle injury on Thursday and was immediately placed on the 10-day disabled list. That’s some horrible news for the Mariners...
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June 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Felix Hernandez, Mitch Haniger expected to miss 3-4 weeks for Mariners

If the Seattle Mariners are going to turn things around in the early going this season, they’ll have to do it without two of their top players.The Mariners announced on Friday that pitcher Felix Hernandez and outfielder Mitch Haniger are expected to miss 3-4 weeks with injuries: Haniger was one of the hottest hitters to start the season but strained his oblique during an at-bat...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 28, 2017  |  Discuss

Rougned Odor threw a cup of water into Felix Hernandez’s face on the field

Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor (not to be confused with his brother, also named Rougned Odor) must be thrilled about his new contract extension with the team.During the Rangers’ Spring Training game with the Seattle Mariners on Saturday, as Odor was taking the field, he threw a cup of water into the face of Felix Hernandez, his Venezuelan countryman. Based on the reaction...
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March 25, 2017  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners release hilarious bat-flip commercial, feud with A’s on Twitter

If there were a World Series of digital marketing, the Seattle Mariners would have a dynasty by now.The Mariners have long had one of the most engaging social media presences in sports, and their annual commercials (Remember Larry Bernandez?) are unfailingly amusing.But Seattle might have one-upped itself this year.On Wednesday, the Mariners tweeted out four 30-second ads, and while...
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March 15, 2017  |  Discuss

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