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Lookout Landing Jan 11, 2016

Splitting Hairs on Felix Hernandez Season Splits

Splits like first half and second half, not splits like Mary Lou Retton. Felix Hernandez needs no introduction. If I introduced him to you, you would probably pee your pants. That's how no-introduction he is. Introduction notwithstanding, the man they call The King had his most ineffective season last year since about 2008 when he wasn't just running roughshod over opponents like he was Samwell Tarly playing Red Rover with Kindergartners. But when 18 wins, a 8.52 K/9, and 3.53 ERA represents a disappointment, well you're doing alright. Or as Deion Sanders might tell Doug Baldwin, aight. You...

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