King Felix shuts the Yankees down

King Felix Hernandez has become the pitcher Yankees fans all want to see in Pinstripes, but the guy they never want to see on the mound in the Bronx. He dominated them again on Saturday as he needed just 101 pitches for a two-hit, complete game shutout.

Hiroki Kuroda started and allowed just one run while Boone Logan, David Robertson, and Clay Rapada did a good job in the bullpen. None of it mattered though as the Yankees couldn’t even get a single run across the plate in their 1-0 loss.

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One Response to King Felix shuts the Yankees down

  1. Vinnie says:

    Why does everyone keep calling this guy "king"? Why build up this self fulfilling prophecy and then moan when he beats the Yanks? Call him anything but something royal sounding. Maybe felix the cat? Anything to take the crown off his head and the smirk off his face.

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