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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