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Seattle Times Aug 26, 2015

Bullpen session helps Mariners ace Felix Hernandez get back on track

Hernandez’s August stat line before Wednesday’s start was turning into something of a prolonged blip: Four starts, a 2-2 record and an 8.18 ERA.
Lookout Landing Aug 26, 2015

Mariners unleash crippling onslaught of offense in first inning, slaughter Athletics

Felix Hernandez did what we are used to him doing -- win games. It is fair to say that not much has gone right this season, and Felix Hernandez has epitomized that mantra to varying degrees over the past month -- especially on August 15. On August 15, King Felix completely lost his nobility when he gave up 10 runs in just 2.1 innings. And in a season where not much has gone right, such as this one, that alone is enough to raise a warranted panic. Is Felix Hernandez injured? What the hell are we going to do without Felix Hernandez? Just the thought was enough to crawl inside of a...
Lookout Landing Aug 22, 2015

Felix bends, bullpen breaks, Mariners lose

It's really just all gotten very out of hand. The 2014-15 narrative for Felix Hernandez is such an appropriate microcosm of the Mariners season. After his narrow miss to Corey Kluber in 2014's Cy Young race Felix appeared energized to use 2015 as his personal revenge tour, much like great things were forecast for the team. Instead, after a brilliant start for Felix and a comic, mockingly good W-L record (14-7 coming into tonight) Felix has been struggling through one of his worst seasons. Tonight was his chance to rebound after one of the worst starts of his career; last week's disaster...
Chicago Tribune Aug 21, 2015

White Sox Game Day: Chris Sale, Felix Hernandez face off for first time

White Sox left-hander Chris Sale and Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez face off for the first time in their careers in the opener of a three-game series at Safeco Field on Friday night. Sale enters with an 11-7 record and a 3.32 ERA. Hernandez is 14-7 with a 3.65 ERA.

White Sox Game Day: Chris Sale, Felix Hernandez face off for first time

White Sox left-hander Chris Sale and Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez face off for the first time in their careers in the opener of a three-game series at Safeco Field on Friday night. Sale enters with an 11-7 record and a 3.32 ERA. Hernandez is 14-7 with a 3.65 ERA.
NoNoHitters.com Aug 15, 2015

Anniversary of King Felix’s perfecto, Mulholland’s no-no

Today’s is the three-year anniversary of “King” Felix Hernandez’s perfect game and the 25th anniversary of Terry Mulholland’s no-hitter. Hernandez threw a perfect game for the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at Safeco Field, retiring all 27 Tampa Bay Rays he faced. The M’s won 1-0. Mulholland notched his no-no for the Philadelphia …
Fenway Nation Aug 15, 2015

Bradley, Jr. Makes History As Sox Pummel King Felix, 22-10

()Jackie Bradley, Jr. is going to make it real difficult for the Red Sox to keep him off the 2016 roster. The 25-year old OF became the youngest player in MLB history to have five extra-base hits in a game (5 for 6 with two HRs, three doubles and seven RBIs). His average went from .203 to .250 in just a few hours. He scored every time he got on base today. Almost more importantly, The Carmine Hose won on Ben Affleck's birthday since 1997. Perhaps the most amazing aspect of this back-to-back onslaught of the Mariners is that this one was against 'King' Felix Hernandez—who gave up 10 runs in...

Felix Hernandez, Mariners routed again by Red Sox, 22-10

On the three-year anniversary of his perfect game, Felix Hernandez was anything but perfect on Saturday at Fenway Park. Hernandez was far from good and not even mediocre. Put simply, he was awful, giving up 10 runs in a 22-10 loss to the Red Sox.
Lookout Landing Aug 15, 2015

54-63: Red Sox clobber the Mariners to the tune of one thousand runs (or so)

Felix has a career worst outing, and the Red Sox tally 22 runs against the Mariners. It was not a pretty thing. Eh: Nelson Cruz (.048 WPA) Ew: Felix Hernandez (-.449 WPA) It's tough. Not baseball, no baseball is kind of easy at its most abstract. That may be correct or it may be totally wrong, but what I really meant was that it's hard to know exactly what to do after a loss like this. We watched as Felix Hernandez lasted a whopping 2.1 innings, wearing 10 runs on the afternoon after 59 pitches seconds into the third frame. We watched as the Mariners allowed 22 runs--the most in...
Full Count | WEEI Aug 15, 2015

Closing Time: Led by 4 home runs, 26 hits, Red Sox rout Felix Hernandez, Mariners

Facing former Cy Young Award winner and six-time All-Star Felix Hernandez without Hanley Ramirez, Rusney Castillo and Dustin Pedroia on paper seemed like a pretty daunting task, but that couldn’t have been anymore wrong. The Red Sox roughed Hernandez up for 10 runs in just 2 1/3 innings, as the Red Sox rolled to a […]
Full Count | WEEI Aug 15, 2015

Pablo Sandoval leaves game with right elbow contusion

Although the Red Sox roughed up Felix Hernandez for 10 runs in 2 1/3 innings, it wasn’t all good news. After hitting a two-run homer in the second inning, Pablo Sandoval was hit in the right elbow with a Hernandez fastball in his next at-bat. Although the third baseman stayed in the game and scored […]

Mariners’ Hernandez not out of AL Cy Young race (even if he doesn’t think about last year)

It will take a herculean individual effort over the final eight weeks of the regular season. At least two pitchers in front of him have to falter. And it will require the Seattle Mariners to play better over the final 50 games than they have all year. But Felix Hernandez can still win the American League […]
Seattle Times Aug 9, 2015

Felix Hernandez tied for most wins in baseball after Mariners beat Texas, 4-2

Hernandez improved to 14-6 on the season — tied for the most wins in Major League Baseball with Pittsburgh’s Gerrit Cole.
Seattle Times Aug 4, 2015

19-year-old Felix Hernandez had his first big-league start 10 years ago

Mariners fans may wonder where the decade went, but it’s been 10 years since Felix Hernandez made his first big-league start.

Welington Castillo’s big series another example of a Seattle Mariners trade gone wrong

The Seattle Mariners have a well-publicized history of former players going on to succeed elsewhere, then returning — as a visitor — to torment, but it will be hard to top what catcher Welington Castillo did to his previous club in the Arizona Diamondbacks’ three-game sweep at Safeco Field. Castillo battered ace Felix Hernandez  on Wednesday afternoon with a […]

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