Tag Archives: Felix Hernandez

Across the AL: Yanks return to the Bronx to host King Felix and the Mariners

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Although the Yankees lost the first game of the Monday doubleheader against the Indians, they were able to shut out the Tribe in the second game, 7-0.  Between the two games, Yankees pitchers managed to limit the Indians to a total of one run – an impressive feat against a lineup that, coming into Monday, ...

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Across the AL: Opening Day Recap

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The date is April 2, 2013, which means Opening Day has come and gone.  The 2013 Major League Baseball season has finally begun and is already off to an exciting start.  To lessen the blow of the rival Red Sox defeating the Yankees, 8-2, this article will not even mention the soon-to-be-forgotten game any more ...

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Across the AL: An Early Look at the Seattle Mariners

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Bronx Baseball Daily welcomes Eric Favaloro, who will write a regular weekly column this season focusing on a team or teams around baseball. Exploring other teams in depth has been something that I've wanted to do on Bronx Baseball Daily for a while now so I'm excited Eric is joining us. Please enjoy his article ...

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Thoughts on the 2012 AL Cy Young race

Unlike the American League MVP race, the Cy Young race is a bit more up in the air. Justin Verlander lead with a 6.8 WAR, but Felix Hernandez was right behind him and David Price had a better ERA. Jered Weaver also needs to be considered as he finished with a sub-3.00 ERA and won 20 games. Those ...

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King Felix throws a perfect game

After the beating King Felix Hernandez gave the Yankees two weeks ago this shouldn't come as a big surprise, but he became the first Mariners pitcher in the team's history to throw a perfect game yesterday when he did it against the Rays yesterday while striking out 12. His whiff percentage during the game was an ...

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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 ...

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Should Yankees target Felix Hernandez if he becomes available?

Not much more than a year ago, the Yankees trio of pitching prospects, The Killer B's, were among the best prospect trio in baseball. Today only Manny Banuelos still looks promising and he's on the DL with an elbow injury. The trio before them came with even more hype and right now Phil Hughes is the ...

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The Yankee beat: D-Rob, plate discipline, and Yankee killers

CC Sabathia went eight innings and did not allow an earned run as the offense scored five runs off Tampa's ace David Price behind homers by Robinson Cano and Curtis Granderson for a 5-3 win. Here is the recap and the graph. Here is what the Yankees blogosphere was talking about today. Pinstriped Bible says people are ...

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