Browsing Felix Hernandez

Mariners Over Angels – Late Explosion Supports Scorching King

Posted on 1 Apr, 2014, by in MLB

It was a very strong pitching performance from Felix Hernandez, but it would have all been for nothing if it wasn’t for a late scoring run from the Seattle Mariners, beating the Los Angeles Angels 10-3 with six runs in the ninth inning coming from a Justin Smoak home run and Dustin Ackley crucial triple. More

Felix Hernandez & Stephen Strasburg With No Postseason for Different Reasons

Posted on 22 Aug, 2012, by in MLB

No one actually knows if limiting a pitcher to a certain amount of innings each seasons works. Felix Hernandez is throwing 230-240 innings a season and he’s never played less than 30 games excluding his rookie year. Stephen Strasburg is at 139.1 this season after 24 starts, which means he’ll be shut down in 20.9, according to everyone within the Washington Nationals organization. More

15 Most Underrated MLB Pitchers According to the Players Themselves

Posted on 1 Jun, 2012, by in Featured

There’s a very thin line between underrated and overrated in baseball and in sports in general, usually having to do with the size of one’s contract. According to 293 baseball players polled by SI, Matt Cain, who makes $15 million a year, and Felix Hernandez, who everyone is waiting for him to get sick of losing in Seattle, are among them, believe it or not. More

Ichiro Suzuki Lights Up Tokyo on Opening Day For the Mariners

Posted on 28 Mar, 2012, by in MLB

Ichiro Suzuki felt right at home in Tokyo, and for one night, the Seattle Mariners, opening the 2012 MLB season with a 3-1 win over the Oakland Athletics, are the best team in Baseball. Just for one night, before they start their usual decline down the AL West standings, and hope for a better season than the last two. More

Ranking the MLB Teams 2000-2009

Posted on 6 Nov, 2009, by in MLB

Ranking the MLB teams during the last 10 years (2000-2009), according to their playoff performances, and choosing the team of the decade. More