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Sep 19, 2014
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Felix Hernandez fired seven shutout innings, striking out 11, in a no-decision against the Angels on Thursday.
KFFL Sep 19, 2014

Mariners | Felix Hernandez sets career high

Seattle Mariners SP Felix Hernandez set a new career high with his 236 strikeouts on ...
Akron Beacon Journal Sep 17, 2014
Indians’ ace Corey Kluber has a strong case to challenge Mariners’ Felix Hernandez for American League Cy Young Award

Indians’ ace Corey Kluber has a strong case to challenge Mariners’ Felix Hernandez for American League Cy Young Award

Corey Kluber is putting an exclamation mark on what has been an unbelievable breakout season for the 28-year-old right-handed pitcher.Kluber set a career high in strikeouts on Tuesday when he fanned 14 Astros hitters in a 4-2 victory in Houston.In doing so, he boosted his season strikeout total to 244 and passed Indians’ all-time strikeout leader Bob Feller’s 1938 season, in which he whiffed 240 batters. With a 16th win and an ERA that’s down to 2.42, the discussion turns to something that’s been lingering in the back of everyone’s mind since the All-Star break (which Kluber spent...

Felix Hernandez named Mariners' nominee for 2014 Roberto Clemente Award

Felix Hernandez has been selected as the Mariners' nominee for the 2014 Roberto Clemente Award, which recognizes a Major League Baseball player who best represents the game of baseball through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement Each of the 30 teams is represented. Hernandez is certainly a worthy nominee as he's embraced his role as the face of the Mariners franchise. He has a soft spot for children. He has visited hundreds of children at local hospitals and has granted wishes and entertained kids from the Make-A-Wish Foundation of...
CSN Houston Sep 9, 2014

Peacock fares well against King Felix

Felix Hernandez is one of the best pitchers in baseball. He may well win the AL Cy Young this season. But on Monday, Brad Peacock essentially matched him zero for zero and it could be said Peacock had the better game.
Seattle Times Sep 8, 2014

Game thread: Astros at Mariners -- September 8, 2014

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Tacoma News-Tribune Sep 3, 2014

Back-to-back homers help Hernandez outduel Lester in Mariners’ win

Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez lasts eight innings, allows one run in 2-1 victory as he wins a post-August game for first time since 2011.
San Jose Mercury News Sep 3, 2014

Lester solid, but A's can't solve King Felix riddle

Mariners' ace Felix Hernandez pitched a beauty of a 2-1 win to send Oakland to its seventh loss in the last nine games.

Felix Hernandez emerges victor vs. A’s Jon Lester

From Chronicle Staff Writer Susan Slusser at the Coliseum Jon Lester vs. Felix Hernandez, the All-Star showdown, came down to solo homers – Lester gave up two, Hernandez one. And that was it, the Mariners beating Oakland 2-1 on the strength of home runs by Kyle Seager and Corey Hart, back-to-back shots in the seventh […]

Homers by Seager, Hart help Hernandez outduel Lester in Mariners’ 2-1 victory over A’s

OAKLAND, Calif. — If Wednesday afternoon offered a preview of the American League’s wild-card game — and, yes, the Mariners still have some work to do — then postseason will start with a bang. Kyle Seager and Corey Hart hit back-to-back homers in the seventh inning that enabled Felix Hernandez to outduel Jon Lester as the Mariners edged the Oakland A’s 2-1 at the O.co Coliseum. The drives by Seager and Hart were no-doubt bombs against Lester and countered a towering homer by Adam Dunn against Hernandez in the fourth inning. Both starters pitched through the eighth. Mariners...
Lookout Landing Sep 3, 2014

Felix Hernandez and the fictional (?) Fall Fade

Does our monarch/demigod run out of gas at the end of the year? This won't be long. There's a game soon. This also won't be unbiased. Few Mariner fans can think or write about Felix without the heart steering the brain towards those beckoning sunshines and/or lollipops. But there's been chatter about Felix struggling to finish years with the same otherworldly level of dominance he exerts over the rest of the season. So let's take a look at some basic numbers, starting with Felix's September FIP compared to his whole season FIP: (Whole Season/Sept) 2005: 2.85/2.87 2006: 3.91/3.58 2007:...
Washington Post Aug 30, 2014

Nats Journal: Anthony Rendon is the Nationals’ best player right now

Anthony Rendon explained the approach he carried to the plate against Felix Hernandez on Friday night with clarity and purpose. Hernandez loves to throw his wicked change-up, Rendon said, and so Rendon wanted to avoid swinging over it and missing. “See the ball up,” he told himself — anything headed to the bottom of the zone would only sink lower. He felt eager to face Hernandez, the consensus best right-hander in baseball. Read full article >>
Seattle Times Aug 30, 2014

Nationals 8, Mariners 3 - Felix Hernandez gives up a career-high four home runs

Given two days worth of extra rest and a packed Safeco Field - something that always brings out the best in him - Felix Hernandez didn't pitch quite like the Felix Hernandez that has been taking the mound for the Mariners much of this season.
CSN Washington Aug 30, 2014

Nats blast King Felix, open series vs. Mariners with win

The Nationals blasted Felix Hernandez and the Mariners in a 8-3 win that featured six Nats home runs.

Hernandez gives up career-high four homers in Mariners’ 8-3 loss to Nationals

SEATTLE — Those two extra days of rest that Mariners ace Felix Hernandez got by not pitching Wednesday against Texas turned into a bit of history Friday night against Washington at Safeco Field. Not the good kind. Hernandez gave up four homers for the first time in his career in a 8-3 loss to the Nationals that dropped the Mariners behind Detroit in the chase for the American League’s final wild-card spot. A bad night for the King’s Court. Hernandez had allowed three homers on five occasions over 296 previous starts in his 10-year career. He had yielded just nine this … Read...

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