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The time has come again! This time Felix is going against Chase Utley. Vote for Felix for the Face of MLB by tweeting and retweeting up to 25 times!
Vote by using the hashtags: #FelixHernandez and #FaceofMLB
Our King truly deserves this, so lets make it happen!

The time has come again! This time Felix is going against Chase Utley. Vote for Felix for the Face of MLB by tweeting and retweeting up to 25 times!

Vote by using the hashtags: #FelixHernandez and #FaceofMLB

Our King truly deserves this, so lets make it happen!


Flashback Friday: August 21, 2012, To honor King Felix and his perfect game, 40,000 fans came to the ballpark and wore “King of Perfection” t-shirts, waving K-cards and celebrating. Felix dominated over 7 2/3 innings, and was backed by Eric Thames and Jesus Montero’s long balls. The Mariners won against the Indians, 5-1.

"That’s unbelievable, that’s some crazy stuff right there. That’s the best game I ever pitched in Safeco Field. In front of these guys, the crowd, it’s unbelievable. They yelled, ‘Felix, Felix.’ I mean, that’s something special."



Safeco Field, January 5, 2013

Safeco Field, January 5, 2013


"I love those guys. They’ve always been there to support me, to support the team."


Happy holidays from the Seattle Mariners.


For those who are unsure of the M’s recent signing of Jason Bay…

Keep in mind that, 1, he is costing next to nothing. One million in today’s game (not counting incentives), is a pretty good deal for a 3-time all star. 2, although he has had some recent struggles, this deal was more because, since the M’s are so young, having some veteran presence on the team. Jack spoke about wanting to have a player with a lot of experience and I don’t know about you, but I would much rather have him than Olivo. And 3, I know some of the concern is that they won’t sign anyone the rest of the offseason, but it has been stated multiple times that Jack is going to sign a big bat.



Welcome to Seattle, Jason Bay!

Welcome to Seattle, Jason Bay!


Flashback Friday: July 30th, 2012, Hisashi Iwakuma sets a Mariners rookie record for most strikeouts with 13, as the M’s win, 4-1, over the Jays.

"STRIKE THREE CALLED, HE GOT IT! The golden sombrero! Lawrie K’s for the fourth time, and for Iwakuma a Mariner rookie record with thirteen strikeouts in the ballgame!"


"They expect to have personal success. They expect for their team to have success today, and for them to be a direct part of it.”


Mariners have released Kawasaki and declined 2013 club option for Olivo.

pretty okay about olivo, you could tell it was his last year, but Kawasaki?! I know he can’t hit, but I mean…

look at him

sigh

gonna miss him


2012 Seattle Mariners.

Until Next Year.





M;s win the series, and more importantly, the season finale, 12-0, thanks to some great offense by Casper who drove in 5 runs, and Jesús who gets 3 RBI as the Mariners finish the season at 75-87, a eight game improvement from last year!
(Side Note: The M’s finish up with 8 players with 10+ home runs for the first time since 1997!)

M;s win the series, and more importantly, the season finale, 12-0, thanks to some great offense by Casper who drove in 5 runs, and Jesús who gets 3 RBI as the Mariners finish the season at 75-87, a eight game improvement from last year!

(Side Note: The M’s finish up with 8 players with 10+ home runs for the first time since 1997!)