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Felix Hernandez pitches through sore quadriceps as Mariners beat Rangers, 3-1

Felix Hernandez pitches through sore quadriceps as Mariners beat Rangers, 3-1

SEATTLE – Six days removed from leaving his last start due to a tight quadriceps and a twisted ankle, Felix Hernandez’s health on Saturday night was an estimated “98 percent,” according to Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon. The Texas Rangers, who found Hernandez mostly unhittable, might disagree. Or simply wonder how much better The King might have been with that other two percent. Sharp as ever, Hernandez struck out 12 batters and allowed only two hits in seven innings – and the only run he allowed was the byproduct of a puzzling hit-by-pitch ruling – as the Mariners snapped … ...
Tacoma News-Tribune Apr 19, 2015

Felix Hernandez pitches Seattle Mariners past Texas Rangers, 3-1

Sharp as ever, Felix Hernandez struck out 12 batters and allowed only two hits in seven innings — and the only run he allowed was the byproduct of a puzzling…
Tacoma News-Tribune Apr 18, 2015

Felix Hernandez leads Mariners to 3-1 win over Rangers

SEATTLE - Of all the responsibilities associated with being a team's ace pitcher, the duty of putting an end to a losing streak is one that Felix Hernandez holds in…
Tacoma News-Tribune Apr 6, 2015

Felix Hernandez is King again on opening day as Mariners beat Angels, 4-1

Felix Hernandez pitched seven overpowering innings, Seth Smith becomes first player in franchise history to get three extra-base hits in an opener and the Mariners won their season opener over…
Los Angeles Times Apr 6, 2015

Seattle's Hernandez continues recent success against Angels with 4-1 win

It was a statistic that defied logic. Felix Hernandez has been one of baseball's best pitchers for a decade, a dominant right-hander with a 125-92 career record and 3.07 earned-run average, but going into 2014, the Seattle Mariners' ace had a pedestrian 8-13 mark and 3.92 ERA against the Angels...
Seattle Times Apr 6, 2015

Led by dominant Felix Hernandez, Mariners top Angels in season opener

The Mariners’ ace allows two hits, a run and strikes out 10 in seven innings of a 4-1 victory in front of a sellout crowd at Safeco Field.
Halos Heaven Apr 6, 2015

Angels Stymied in Seattle, Lose 2015 Opener

King Felix strikes out ten Halos in six innings Final Score in Seattle: Mariners 4 Angels 1 Mike Trout homered off of Felix Hernandez for the second consecutive Opening Day. It would be the only Angels run of the game. With two on and two out in the top of the eighth inning, though, Trout struck out. He would later rob Logan Morrison of a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning, less a moment of redemption and more just a reminder of what he does day in and day out King Felix gave the Angels a few opportunities but there would be no capitalizing. With two on and no outs in the...

Hernandez is King again on opening day as Mariners beat Angels 4-1

SEATTLE — Listen to Felix Hernandez next time, people. The King dismissed concerned that surfaced from his shaky efforts in spring training. He said he’d be fine when the season started. And let’s face it, he’s always fine when the season starts, isn’t he? And so it goes. Hernandez pitched seven overpowering innings Monday afternoon as the Mariners opened their most-anticipated season in years with a 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels in front of a sellout crowd at Safeco Field. It wasn’t just Hernandez. The Mariners’ revamped attack also flexed some muscle as Seth Smith,...
Final: Despite Mike Trout homer, Angels lose opener, 4-1

Final: Despite Mike Trout homer, Angels lose opener, 4-1

SEATTLE – Mike Trout alone was not enough for the Angels to beat Felix Hernandez. Trout blasted a homer against Hernandez in his first at-bat of the season – just as he did to begin his MVP season a year ago. Like last year, though, the Seattle...
Tacoma News-Tribune Apr 6, 2015

Led by dominant Felix Hernandez, M's top Angels in season opener

SEATTLE - It doesn't guarantee them a spot in the postseason - a place seemingly everyone expects them to go. It's one of 162, meaning there are 161 to play.
Tacoma News-Tribune Apr 6, 2015

Felix Hernandez-backed Mariners beat Angels, 4-1, in season opener

Mike Trout crushed a solo home run to center field in his first at-bat of 2015 Monday, the second straight season in which the Los Angeles Angels center fielder homered…
Northwest Sports Beat Apr 5, 2015

Is It Time For To Worry About Felix Hernandez?

NWSB writer and Seattle Mariners insider, Brian Scott, discusses the concerns about Felix Hernandez's sub par spring training-- Should we be worried about the King? The fact that Hernandez is so good with his changeup gives you hope as he enters what has to be considered the 2nd half of his career-- the over 30 years old part. It's baseball scout rule #1 folks-- arms get slower as they get older.
Tacoma News-Tribune Apr 5, 2015

Mariners preview: Felix Hernandez’s belief in Seattle key to club’s rising fortunes

King Felix’s decision prior to the 2012 season to sign long-term deal set foundation for Mariners’ turnaround.

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