In other news, grass is green

In the least surprising loss of the season, the Yankees fell to the Mariners 6-0 on the strength of eight more shutout innings from Felix Hernandez. Meanwhile, A.J. Burnett coughed up six earned runs to the worst-hitting team in Major League Baseball.

Hernandez’s season line against the Yankees is 26 innings of one-run ball. That’s a 0.35 ERA. If there’s any upside, it’s that the Yankees won’t have to face King Felix in the playoffs.

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  1. […] as rookie phenom Michael Pineda is slated to go Friday night, while Felix Hernandez — Owner and Sole Proprietor of The New York Yankees Major League Baseball franchise since 2005 — toes the rubber for the Mariners on Saturday (though the other members of Seattle’s […]

  2. […] as well forfeit the game, as they get to face King Felix (3.01 ERA/2.31 FIP/2.74 xFIP), who threw 26 innings of one-run ball against the Yankees in 2010 (an 0.35 ERA!), and hasn’t lost to the Bombers since May 3, 2008, in a game in which the […]

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