Felix Hernandez exited after six innings of one-hit ball against the Los Angeles Angels because of heat cramps caused by the oppressive humidity. So it was the responsibility of Seattle’s bullpen to finish the job.
The Yankees’ offense exploded against Felix Hernandez, handing him the shortest outing of the season.
Hernandez pitched a four-hitter to become the major’s first eight-game winner
As soon as strike three was called, everyone in Safeco Field knew it was a special moment
Felix Hernandez (5-0) allowed a run and six hits in seven innings while striking out eight and lowering his ERA to 1.73.
Nelson Cruz was 2 for 4, including his 10th home run to lead off the second inning.
Former big-league pitcher and Root Sports analyst Bill Krueger joined Steve, Bill and Jason Wednesday on 1090 The Fan.
After an ugly series in Los Angeles, the Mariners look to rebound in the comforts of Safeco Field.
While starting the season strong isn’t necessary, it’s much preferred to the alternative — a loss on Opening Day. At home. With your ace on the mound. Amidst a bevy of high expectations from across the baseball landscape.
Pitching coach Rick Waits talks Mike Zunino, Taijuan Walker, and more with Steve, Bill and Jason.