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Seattle Times 9 hours ago
Mariners’ relievers roughed up in a 15-6 loss to the Diamondbacks

Mariners’ relievers roughed up in a 15-6 loss to the Diamondbacks

Felix Hernandez pitched two innings in his final outing of the spring. His next start will be on Opening Day vs. the Astros.
Seattle Times Mar 24, 2017
Felix Hernandez throws six shutout innings in the Mariners’ 9-2 rout of the Giants

Felix Hernandez throws six shutout innings in the Mariners’ 9-2 rout of the Giants

The Mariners ace looked sharp, allowing just one hit with no walks and five strikeouts in his last long outing of the spring.
Drew Smyly was all smiles after returning to Mariners after standout World Baseball Classic start

Drew Smyly was all smiles after returning to Mariners after standout World Baseball Classic start

The starter saw an increase in velocity while pitching against Felix Hernandez and Venezuela. He’s hoping to the uptick will stick around for the season.
Lookout Landing Mar 16, 2017
CaLL for Questions

CaLL for Questions

Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled questions yearning to be answered. Yesterday’s best bet for baseball came in the form of a souped-up Mariners intra-squad scrimmage, as Venezuela took on the United States yesterday at 6pm. Starting for Venezuela was none other than the King, Felix Hernandez, while the U.S. was led by new Mariner Drew Smyly. Saying it went well is an understatement - both Smyly and Felix hit recent highs in velocity, and they definitely stoked our fires of hope. While they were facing each other, however, the Lookout Landing staff was huddled up (virtually)...
Seattle Times Mar 16, 2017
Mariners manager Scott Servais pleased with the showings of Felix Hernandez and Drew Smyly in the WBC

Mariners manager Scott Servais pleased with the showings of Felix Hernandez and Drew Smyly in the WBC

Servais was happy to see both pitchers leave healthy after strong outings
Felix Hernandez edges Drew Smyly in a duel of Mariners pitchers, but the U.S. prevails in WBC pool play

Felix Hernandez edges Drew Smyly in a duel of Mariners pitchers, but the U.S. prevails in WBC pool play

The two Seattle starting pitchers delivered outstanding performances for their respective countries
Seattle Times Mar 14, 2017
World Baseball Classic notes: Tyler O’Neill returns to Mariners camp, Felix Hernandez vs. Drew Smyly in San Diego?

World Baseball Classic notes: Tyler O’Neill returns to Mariners camp, Felix Hernandez vs. Drew Smyly in San Diego?

The Mariners still have a healthy contingent of players still participating
Lookout Landing Mar 11, 2017
Extra! Extra! World Baseball Classic

Extra! Extra! World Baseball Classic

The day the WBC conspired against Mariners fans The United States began WBC play last night. Our countrymen needed 10 innings to beat Colombia, cutting into the beginning of Felix Hernandez’s start for Team Venezuela. I was a little curious to see how placing automatic base runners would go in the eleventh inning, but we didn’t get that far. There is a full day of baseball games today! The first game will begin as soon as this post goes up, and it won’t end until Israel and Cuba wrap up their 7:00 PM game. Pool play continues. Four teams are in each pool and each pool will play a six...
Seattle Times Mar 10, 2017
Extra Innings Podcast: Talking Mariners, the expectations for Felix Hernandez and more with Jeff Sullivan of Fangraphs

Extra Innings Podcast: Talking Mariners, the expectations for Felix Hernandez and more with Jeff Sullivan of Fangraphs

Some baseball talk with one of the best writers and analysts in baseball.
Lookout Landing Mar 10, 2017
WBC Blowouts and Walk Offs and Eliminations, Oh My!

WBC Blowouts and Walk Offs and Eliminations, Oh My!

Are you not entertained? Pools C and D are underway and Pools A and B are officially in the books. Israel, the Netherlands, Cuba, and Japan move on to Pool E in Round 2. Japan beat up its opponents in Pool B and I’m looking forward to potentially seeing them play the teams full of Major Leaguers. The United States plays their first game this afternoon against Colombia, followed by Felix Hernandez and the rest of Team Venezuela against Puerto Rico. Four teams are in each pool and each pool will play a six game round robin, with a seventh game tie breaker if necessary. The top two teams in...
Lookout Landing Mar 10, 2017
Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/10/17: Felix Hernandez, The Little League Classic, and Ebola

Mariners Moose Tracks, 3/10/17: Felix Hernandez, The Little League Classic, and Ebola

We’ve got the links to end your week right Good morning, and congratulations on making it to Friday! You’ve pretty much made it to the weekend, so instead of working, check out these links. You’ve earned it. In Mariners news... Shannon Drayer writes that James Paxton is feeling more comfortable with his new delivery. Ben Lindbergh at The Ringer takes a look at Felix’s potential to regain his star status. Mariners reliever Caleb Cotham has retired, ending his short stint with the team after signing less than two weeks ago: After 20 years of playing baseball, I have decided to...
Seattle Times Mar 5, 2017
Felix Hernandez has up-and-down outing for Mariners, heads off to play at World Baseball Classic

Felix Hernandez has up-and-down outing for Mariners, heads off to play at World Baseball Classic

Felix Hernandez struggled with his command in the first inning, but by the third he was looking more like King Felix. He’ll be gone a few weeks playing for Team Venezuela.
A’s prevail over the Mariners in Felix Hernandez’s last start before the World Baseball Classic

A’s prevail over the Mariners in Felix Hernandez’s last start before the World Baseball Classic

With an already depleted roster from the World Baseball Classic, the Mariners had to play a pair of split squad games on Sunday, losing both.
‘A step in the right direction’: Felix Hernandez show clues he can refreshed in spring debut

‘A step in the right direction’: Felix Hernandez show clues he can refreshed in spring debut

Hernandez gave up three hits, including a double, walked a batter, and allowed a run in two innings. He also induced two double plays and took steps toward again being the ace the Mariners have come to expect.
Seattle Times Feb 28, 2017

Mariners provide plenty of run support in Felix Hernandez’s first outing of the spring

The Mariners scored seven runs in the first two innings of Felix Hernandez's first start of the Cactus League.

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