Felix gets pretty fired up while he’s pitching, especially when he gets a big out to end an inning. That intensity presents problems when Felix’s teammates try to take a group photo after practice. Watch […]
Hernandez (12-3) went eight innings, allowed one run, struck out eight and walked one in the Mariners 4-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves Tuesday
Arlington, Texas will host, arguably, the most anticipated pitching matchup of the young 2014 season Wednesday when the Seattle Mariners send Felix Hernandez to the hill to face the Rangers’ Yu Darvish.
Felix Hernandez will try to win his third game in as many starts Friday in front of a sea of bright yellow t-shirts as Safeco Field will be honoring “King Felix” for his first home start of the young 2014 campaign.
Felix Hernandez had a three-run lead before he threw his first pitch, and Seattle’s ace was up 8-1 after three innings. King Felix and the Mariners still managed to lose to the Los Angeles Angels, and Seattle’s rocky season just might have reached a new low.
Felix Hernandez finally presented former Mariners catcher John Jaso with the perfect gift: a shiny Rolex for catching King Felix’s perfecto last August against the Rays. A clubhouse employee delivered the gold watch from Seattle’s side to the Oakland clubhouse for Jaso about 90 minutes before first pitch of the Mariners’ season-opening win.
(1090 The Fan) – If you missed last season’s Supreme Court, you have a chance to redeem yourself. Safeco Field will (once again) be a bright sea of yellow on Thursday, Aprill 11 when Felix […]
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez pitched two innings in his Cactus League debut Thursday and Stefen Romero had seven RBIs to help a Mariners split squad beat Kansas City 12-2 on Thursday, handing the Royals their first defeat this spring after 11 straight wins.
Felix Hernandez will make $27 million in the final year of his new $175 million, seven-year contract with the Seattle Mariners, which includes a conditional eighth-year option should he need elbow ligament surgery during the length of the deal.
When Hernandez signed his new seven-year contract on Wednesday with the Mariners to become the highest-paid pitcher in baseball, his goal of staying with the only franchise he’s even known became reality.