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Jul 20, 2014
KFFL
Seattle Mariners CL Fernando Rodney blew his third save of the year Sunday, July 20, ...
Jul 20, 2014
Rotoworld
Fernando Rodney blew his third save of the season, allowing two runs in 1 1/3 innings as the Angels walked off winners on Sunday.

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  Updated 3:49 p.m. Fernando Rodney is unavailable tonight because of workload. Danny Farquhar will be the interim closer. As for the arrow controversy, Lloyd McClendon just shrugged it off. "I heard somebody say that it fired the Angels up and gave them incentive to win the game, that's a bunch of baloney," McClendon said. "They understand the importance of these  games as much as we do. The fact is they had the best all-around player leading off and they had  a hall of famer hitting behind him. That had a lot to do with them winning the game, not Rodney's arrow shooting. We all...
Detroit Free Press Jul 21, 2014

Watch this: Pujols, Trout mock ex-Tiger Rodney's bow-and-arrow in Angels' win

Albert Pujols mimicked Fernando Rodney's celebratory bow-and-arrow routine as the Los Angeles Angels got to Seattle's closer for one of their most dramatic comeback wins this season.
Halos Heaven Jul 21, 2014
Angels Shooting Fraudney Arrows is a Statement

Angels Shooting Fraudney Arrows is a Statement

Sometimes a hog must be fed some extra slop to remind him he is a pig. Mariners closer Fernando Rodney has been rubbing in his Saves with a bow-and-arrow mime troupe audition for a few seasons now. When he gets a save he pretends to pull an arrow out of a quiver on his back and pulls it across a bow and releases it, watching it sail far into the vista of the victory he just sealed. It is his little schtick and is compared to some relievers macho thumpings it is hardly the most annoying thing on the planet. But when he got the final two outs of the eighth inning on Sunday afternoon in...
Los Angeles Times Jul 20, 2014

Angels are on the mark against the Seattle Mariners, Fernando Rodney

Seattle closer Fernando Rodney shot an arrow in the air — at least figuratively — and when it came to Earth, he and everyone else at Angel Stadium knew exactly where it was: in the comeback-win column for the rally-happy Angels.
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 20, 2014

Rodney blows lead in ninth after celebrating in eighth in Mariners’ 6-5 loss to Angels

Mariners closer Fernando Rodney fired his ritualistic pantomime arrow at the Angels’ bench Sunday afternoon after escaping a jam in the eighth inning. The Angels struck back with two runs…

Rodney blows lead in ninth after celebrating in eighth in Mariners’ 6-5 loss to Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Sometimes, that arrow comes around and catches you in the fleshy regions. Mariners closer Fernando Rodney fired his ritualistic pantomime arrow at the Angels’ bench Sunday afternoon after escaping a jam in the eighth inning. The eighth inning. Yes, it was premature. Bad karma. Bad form. Whatever. The Angels struck back with two runs in the ninth in handing Rodney and the Mariners a tough 6-5 loss at Angel Stadium. The end came when Grant Green grounded a two-out RBI single up the middle. “I did that for the fans,” Rodney insisted regarding his arrow at the end … ...
KFFL Jul 20, 2014

Mariners | Fernando Rodney blows save

Seattle Mariners CL Fernando Rodney blew his third save of the year Sunday, July 20, ...
Rotoworld Jul 20, 2014

Rodney blows 3rd save as Angels walk off - Fernando Rodney (R) Seattle Mariners

Fernando Rodney blew his third save of the season, allowing two runs in 1 1/3 innings as the Angels walked off winners on Sunday.
Seattle Times Jul 20, 2014

Fernando Rodney, Mariners blow game to Angels, 5-4

Mariners closer Fernando Rodney raises the Angels’ ire by doing his traditional celebration of pulling an imaginary arrow out of a quiver and firing — this time at the Angels’ dugout — at the end of the eighth inning.
Lookout Landing Jul 20, 2014
52-46: Chart

52-46: Chart

M's lose series in a hard-fought battle against the Angels. First series of the first half: Mike Zunino (.153 WPA) First series of the second half: Fernando Rodney (-.655 WPA) Ok, maybe this series wasn't the worst. But it sure feels that way right now. Questions: 1. Besides Taijuan Walker and D.J. Peterson, what Mariner prospect do you most hope the M's are able to avoid dealing away in trades this summer? 2. Who will be the next minor leaguer to make his Mariner debut and when will it be? 3. What's the most amount of money you'd be OK with the Mariners giving Corey Hart to come back...

Rodney coughs up lead in ninth after celebrating in eighth in 6-5 loss to Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Sometimes, that arrow comes around and catches you in the fleshy regions. Mariners closer Fernando Rodney fired his ritualistic pantomime arrow at the Angels’ bench Sunday afternoon after escaping a jam in the eighth inning. The eighth inning. Yes, it was premature. Bad karma. Bad form. Whatever. The Angels struck back with two runs in the ninth in handing Rodney and the Mariners a tough 6-5 loss at Angel Stadium. The end came when Grant Green grounded a two-out RBI single up the middle. So ended a wild weekend series that saw … Read more »
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 15, 2014

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez selected to be AL starting pitcher for MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday.

Felix Hernandez, along with teammates Fernando Rodney, Robinson Cano and Kyle Seager, are the first group of four Mariners to go to an All-Star Game since 2003.
Baltimore Sun Jul 13, 2014

Mariners' Rodney named to AL All-Star team

American League saves leader Fernando Rodney of the Seattle Mariners has been named to the AL All-Star team.

Mariners’ Fernando Rodney named to All-Star game

Seattle Mariners closer Fernando Rodney was added to the American League All-Star team on Saturday after A.L. manager John Farrell named him to replace Tampa Bay starter David Price. Rodney’s appointment makes him the fourth Mariner to make the active roster for Tuesday’s game, joining starting pitcher Felix Hernandez, second baseman Robinson Cano and third […]

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