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Report: Felix Hernandez Plans To Spend Entire Career With Seattle

Report: Felix Hernandez Plans To Spend Entire Career With Seattle

Report: Felix Hernandez Plans To Spend Entire Career With Seattle

"Pitching ace Felix Hernandez says his plan is to play for the Mariners his entire career, according to ESPN's Jim Bowden.

That's what "King Felix" told Bowden on Tuesday at spring training in Peoria, Ariz., after his start against the Cincinnati Reds. Hernandez, by the way, struck out four, gave up no hits and allowed just one base runner in three innings of work. The M's won 8-6.

Hernandez, 25, is now the leader of the Mariners pitching staff, having two All-Star Games and a Cy Young Award under his belt. With his Cy Young win in 2010, he was recognized for his pitching despite the shoddiness of Seattle's offense; his record that year was 13-12, but he threw 232 strikouts and had a 2.27 ERA in 249.2 innings of work."

 

 

By Truth and rumors
Wednesday, 7 Mar 2012

 

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