Forget about the numbers for a second. The three earned runs he gave up, the eight hits — they don’t matter right now. That the six-time All-Star wasn’t his best self is irrelevant. It’s not important that Felix Hernandez didn’t deliver an awe-inspiring performance in Friday’s 13-3 victory over the Houston Astros. The important thing is that the King was finally back. There was an energy about Safeco Field that hasn’t been in the park for a while. The 31,783… Stay with the story.
Yes, less than halfway into a 162-game season, I’m calling it. Seattle’s 16-year postseason drought will come to an end this fall. The following statement comes with no hedging or built-in excuses. You won’t see phrases like “assuming x works out” or “given y doesn’t go awry.”Maybe this is an all-too-early all-in prediction, but based on the past month, it feels right. Ready? The Mariners are going to make the playoffs. Yes, less than halfway into a 162-game season, I’m calling it.
SEATTLE — Forget about the numbers for a second. The three earned runs he gave up, the eight hits — they don’t matter right now. That the six-time All-Star wasn’t his best self is irrelevant.It isn’t important that Felix Hernandez didn’t deliver an awe-inspiring performance Friday night. The important thing is that the King was finally back.There was an energy about Safeco Field that hasn’t been in the park for a while. The 31,783 fans knew something was different.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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