Felix Hernandez

Seattle Mariners #34 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 04/08/86
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
Year Team G GS W L SV CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2014 Mariners 4 4 3 0 0 0 0 28.1 18 7 6 2 3 39 1.91 .74

King Felix changes it up

One of my favorite things about King Felix is that he's constantly improving. And when I say constantly, I mean "right now".

Felix Hernandez and the eternal flame

Felix Hernandez opens his season at Safeco and we all get to be part of something great.

Seattle Mariners Organization Discussion

Is James Paxton a fluke? Will Joe Z still have a job a year from now? And are those two questions related?

Salazar's record-setting pitching line

Cleveland's second-year hurler did something on Thursday that hasn't been done in at least 100 years.

Felix beats A's at baseball, life

Felix dazzled in his second start of the year, striking out eight batters through eight innings and defeating the A's 3-1. Those home runs from Dustin Ackley and Abraham Almonte didn't hurt, either.

#FelixTo20: The Chase Begins

From sabermetricians to collectors of ugly sunglasses, all Mariner fans can get behind #FelixTo20.

Cliff Lee, Hiroki Kuroda and Avoiding Walks

We often think of pitchers who have good control and limit walks as ones who throw tons of pitches inside the zone. But, as the contrast between Cliff Lee and Hiroki Kuroda shows, that isn't always the case.

3/14/14: Open game thread

Felix Hernandez vs. Franklin Morales.

Mariners defy expectations, beat Rangers

The Mariners rallied to beat the Rangers 9-8 with the help of minor leaguers Mike Dowd, Cole Gillespie, Chris Taylor, and Xavier Avery. It was the sweet redemption Felix Hernandez needed in his second start of the year.

3/09/14: Open Game Thread

Felix Hernandez vs. Colby Lewis.

Kershaw: Highest Paid and Perhaps the Greatest

Clayton Kershaw is now the highest paid pitcher in baseball history. Could he become the greatest pitcher of all-time?

Jose Fernandez and regression to the mean

Miami Marlins fans should not expect a repeat performance of Jose Fernandez's stellar 2013 season, but not because of any "sophomore slump," but rather because no player should be expected to continue that type of performance.

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