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Tag Archives: Felix Hernandez
When the Yankees missed out on Cliff Lee last offseason the first thing they did was call the Mariners to ask about King Felix Hernandez, but unfortunately they were not looking to deal him at that time. Apparently nothing has changed since this past winter because according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, ...
Via Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports: Felix Hernandez has a 10-team no-trade clause in his contract with the Seattle Mariners. During this season, the right-hander will be able to block deals to the New York Yankees, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, Texas Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies, ...
Since the Yankees missed out on Cliff Lee a lot of fans have been left clamoring for the Mariners ace Felix Hernandez. Only one problem, he's not available. Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated spoke with Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik who said he had "no interest in trading Felix." On top of that Hernandez ...
There was a lot of debate leading up to this because of his win-loss record, but Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners ultimately took home the American League Cy Young Award. David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays took second and our own CC Sabathia came in third place. Hernandez had the worst record ...
Today's Baseball Bloggers Alliance ballot is for our version of the Pitcher of the Year Award, the Walter Johnson Award. The Award is named after Johnson who was one of the most dominating pitchers in baseball history while playing for the Washington Senators and later managing both the Senators and Cleveland Indians from 1907 until 1927. ...
In recent weeks a lot has been made about the American League Cy Young award and the debate has mostly surrounded CC Sabathia vs. Felix Hernandez. Last night the Yankees were blanked by Jon Lester and it was an amazing performance that should put him into that conversation as well. First, let's get ...
The 2010 Cy Young conversation had been a fascinating debate. It had raised questions about how to determine if a pitcher is successful, and the value of certain statistics. But, unlike other years, the 2010 debate has recently become quite a silly argument as the season comes to a close. The main discussion has been between CC ...
For years the measure of a really good pitcher was how many wins he was able to rack up. Last season though something happened, Zack Greinke of the Royals won the Cy Young award despite only racking up 16 wins. CC Sabathia currently leads the American League with 16 wins and has been the ...