2:06 PM EDT, Sat October 10, 2015

Mariners notebook: King Felix Hernandez goes for number 19

Felix Hernandez is on the doorstep of a number of big milestones, plus news and notes including how Nelson Cruz continues to give it his all.
Seattle Times Sep 26, 2015

Mariners’ pregame notes and lineups: Felix Hernandez goes for win No. 19

Felix Hernandez will go for his 19th win today. Manager Lloyd McClendon said had no concerns beyond the typical for Hernandez, who left his last start with elbow stiffness.   *** Vidal Nuno will start on Tuesday in Seattle. As for the Wednesday start, the hope is that James Paxton can go with the extra […]

Felix Hernandez’s start delayed, but he will still have shot at 20 wins

Hernandez will start on Saturday in Anaheim instead of Friday. Hernandez left in the sixth inning of his last start with right elbow stiffness.
Seattle Times Sep 20, 2015

Postgame video: Lloyd McCendon and Felix Hernandez talk to the media after the Mariners’ 9-2 win

Here’s some videos of manager Lloyd McClendon and Felix Hernandez talking postgame about the Mariners’ 9-3 win over the Texas Rangers on Sunday at Globe Life Park. Both McClendon and Hernandez talk about the elbow stiffness that forced Hernandez to leave the game in the sixth inning. Neither believes the issue is serious. But you […]

Felix Hernandez becomes AL’s first 18-game winner, Mariners beat Rangers, 9-2

Felix Hernandez became the American League’s first 18-game winner, Robinson Cano drove in four runs and the Seattle Mariners beat the AL West-leading Texas Rangers 9-2 on Sunday.
Seattle Times Sep 20, 2015

Game thread: Felix Hernandez, Mariners look for series win at Texas

"King Felix" takes the mound for the M's against the Rangers in Arlington, Texas, in the third game of their three-game series. Follow our live coverage.

Video: Felix Hernandez talks baseball, Seattle, his changeup and more

A video interview with Felix Hernandez from spring training that talks about pitching, getting older, Seattle, the dream of pitching in a World Series and his changeup.
Lookout Landing Sep 16, 2015

Mariners play the greatest game on earth, lose 4-3

Look there's only sixteen left. I'm just glad to be here. This game came down to a few simple things. Actually that's not true. Every baseball game is an amazing combination of millions of tiny, fractional influences. What did Felix Hernandez eat last night? Did his children let him sleep through the night? Are his parents well? Does their impending old age weigh on his mind in any way? What about Mike Trout? Did he have something other than a Subway sandwich and if so was it a shock to his system? Did he say two full complete sentences and then have to take a nap due to exhaustion? What...
Halos Heaven Sep 16, 2015

Mike Trout and David Murphy are home run antidote to King Felix poison, Angels win 4-3

Angels 4 Mariners 3 Of all the games they win, they win the one in which they're taking on Seattle's Felix Hernandez. The Angels needed a win, not only to stop the little losing wig-out that they're currently on right now, but because the tides in the AL West are changin'. They could gain some ground, or get left in the dust. King Felix was his usual self tonight, which meant he looked dominant, giving up only five hits in seven innings pitched. But with King Felix, "usual" also entails getting bombed upon by Mike Trout and David Murphy, two guys who have his deep ball number and dial it...

Game thread: Mariners’ Felix Hernandez goes for 18th win against Angels

"King Felix" takes the mound for Seattle as the M's host Los Angeles in the second game of their three-game series at Safeco Field. Follow our live coverage.

Tuesday lineups: Angels vs. Mariners

SEATTLE -- The Angels will face nemesis Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners at 7 Tuesday ngiht with a slightly unusual lineup. David Murphy has been moved to the leadoff spot, most likely because Murphy is a career .296 hitter against Hernandez,...
Lookout Landing Sep 11, 2015

Felix walks, wins 5-0

That's two, where they make it look so easy. Hello and apologies for the lateness of this recap. I attended this game and then went to Elysian for post game festivities with friends. Lo and behold it was happy hour and on that very same titled menu were mussels, which I ordered. Do NOT order the happy hour mussels at Elysian. Corporate mussels suck! Today was about the finishing surge of Felix Hernandez, the Great and Mighty. It's not a revelation that Felix has not been at his best this season. Compared to the fantastically consistent standards of 2009-2014 he has been downright ordinary....
Lookout Landing Sep 10, 2015

68-73: Chart

Felix throws eight scoreless and Nelson Cruz lifts us up where we belong Fantastic Mr. Fox: Felix Hernandez (.344 WPA) Boggis, Bunce & Bean: Jesus Sucre (-.031 WPA)

Felix Hernandez earns 17th win, Nelson Cruz hits 40th HR as Mariners top Rangers 5-0

Hernandez worked eight scoreless innings, allowing just three hits with four walks and eight strikeouts. Cruz beame the fourth player in Mariners history to hit 40 homers in a season and the first since Alex Rodriguez in 2000.

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