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King Felix set for what is likely final start with Mariners

He arrived as a scraggly teenager with an ill-fitting uniform and curly hair billowing out from underneath his often crooked cap. He’ll leave as one of the finest players to ever put on a Seattle Mariners uniform after a career worthy of the “King Felix” nickname that was bestowed upon him. Felix Hernandez will make his final start of the season Thursday night when the Mariners host the Oakland Athletics.

Mariners hit franchise low in 21-1 loss to Houston Astros

The result of Sunday’s matchup between the Mariners and Astros was a demoralizing 21-1 beatdown by Houston, perhaps a fitting result in what was Seattle’s 11th consecutive defeat against Houston this season.

Red Sox erupt for eight-run third inning to bury Felix Hernandez, Mariners

For about two innings, victory seemed possible, if not plausible. The Mariners delivered a four-run punch to Boston starter Rick Porcello in the top of the first and figured to get more over the next eight innings, while Seattle starter Felix Hernandez put up an easy 1-2-3 first inning and worked his way out of what could have been a calamitous second inning.

Yankees jump on King Felix early, outlast Mariners

It had been a decade since pitchers with so many combined punchouts started the same game. In this showdown between Felix Hernandez and CC Sabathia, the New York Yankees landed their haymakers early.