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Felix Hernandez

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  • Mariners hold off Ranger for 3-1 win

    ARLINGTON, Texas There were plenty of pitches that Taijuan Walker executed with great precision in the Mariners' 3-1 rain-delayed win over the Texas Rangers on Monday night. Of the 62 strikes he threw in seven innings, some were good, some were bad,...
  • NL teams experimenting with pitchers hitting 8th

    Amid a testy start to the season — looking at you, Bryan Price; also you, Royals, White Sox and Athletics — comes a bit of managerial creativity sure to put a smile on the face of any innovative Strat-O-Matic player. More National League...
  • The Times' MLB rankings

    The Times' MLB rankings
    Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games: 1. KANSAS CITY: Yordano Ventura threatened a beanball if the Royals weren’t atop the rankings. (2)  2. ST. LOUIS: The Cardinals’ 1.92 earned-run average...
  • Seattle's Hernandez continues recent success against Angels with 4-1 win

     Seattle's Hernandez continues recent success against Angels with 4-1 win
    It was a statistic that defied logic. Felix Hernandez has been one of baseball's best pitchers for a decade, a dominant right-hander with a 125-92 career record and 3.07 earned-run average, but going into 2014, the Seattle Mariners' ace had a pedestrian...
  • Felix Hernandez-backed Mariners beat Angels, 4-1, in season opener

    Felix Hernandez-backed Mariners beat Angels, 4-1, in season opener
    Mike Trout crushed a solo home run to center field in his first at-bat of 2015 Monday, the second straight season in which the Angels center fielder homered off Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez in his first at-bat of the year. And that was pretty...
  • Angels set roster for opening day

    Angels set roster for opening day
    The Angels finalized their opening day roster after Saturday’s final spring training exhibition at Dodger Stadium, awarding bullpen spots to left-handers Jose Alvarez and Cesar Ramos as well as right-handers Vinnie Pestano and Drew Rucinski. First...
  • Mariners and Felix Hernandez shackle Angels, 4-1 in season opener

    Mariners and Felix Hernandez shackle Angels, 4-1 in season opener
    Seattle Mariners 4, Angels 1 KEY MOMENT: The Angels threatened in the eighth inning when Chris Iannetta and Johnny Giavotella singled off reliever Danny Farquhar with one out. But Mariners left-hander Charlie Furbush replaced Farquhar and struck out...
  • Bragging rights: the phenoms — Kris Bryant or Carlos Rodon

    Bragging rights: the phenoms — Kris Bryant or Carlos Rodon
    The phenoms Cubs: Kris Bryant The repertoire: "Looks like a superstar," said one major league scout who marveled about Bryant's ability to make in-game adjustments at a young age. Bryant has the smarts to be selective if he's unfamiliar with a...
  • Baseball preview: Predictions for divisions, World Series, awards

    Baseball preview: Predictions for divisions, World Series, awards
    David Haugh Division winners AL Central: Indians AL East: Orioles AL West: Angels AL wild-card winners: Mariners, Tigers. AL champion: Orioles NL Central: Cardinals NL East: Nationals NL West: Dodgers NL wild-card winners: Padres,...
  • AL West preview: Angels in mix, but Mariners pick up talent, and buzz

    AL West preview: Angels in mix, but Mariners pick up talent, and buzz
    Lloyd McClendon sensed the momentum early in spring training, before exhibition games began. His Seattle Mariners were emerging as a trendy pick to win the American League West, and the second-year manager felt a little uncomfortable with the pressure...
  • Ex-IronPig J.A. Happ's change to the Mariners rotation might include an improved changeup

    Ex-IronPig J.A. Happ's change to the Mariners rotation might include an improved changeup
    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Even at age 32, with 140 major-league starts and 24 relief appearances and more than 840 big-league innings, J.A. Happ isn't going to stop evolving as a pitcher. A weakness needs to be erased, pitches need to be refined and adjusting to...