RIDICULOUSLY BAD SEASON GETS WORSE FOR MARINERS

TEAMMATES HIGH FIVE PITCHER FELIX HERNANDEZ FOLLOWING HIS SECOND INNING GRAND SLAM MONDAY

Monday star young pitcher Felix Hernandez provided the Seattle Mariners with one of the few highlights of their miserable season. In the second inning of their game against the New York Mets, Hernandez hit the first pitch from Johan Santana over the wall for a GRAND SLAM.

Not only was it the first home run ever hit by a Seattle pitcher, but Hernandez became the first American League pitcher to hit a grand slam in 37 years. The Mariners won the game 5-2.

Yet, such is the Mariners luck this season, that by the end of the game joy was quickly replaced by frustration. Within an hour of his historic home run, Hernandez ended up being carried off the field with an injury after suffering a sprained ankle. He was injured covering home plate on a wild pitch.

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One Response to “RIDICULOUSLY BAD SEASON GETS WORSE FOR MARINERS”

  1. Clay Vegas Says:

    Did someone do Henry Cotto wrong or what? Who fucking cursed the Mariners into this submission? Talk about sucking on a gas pipe. The Mariners have taken every wrong direction during this season’s path and now it’s time for Lee Elia St. Helens to blow up Kenji Jojhima back to Nagasaki, Release Ricky Sexson, and bonus-kill shot Carlos Silva and Miguel Batista, and let Willie Bloomquist run on every play. If you aren’t winning with the stiffs, why keep them around? Jesus H….and I thought Mike Hargrove was a pussy, can’t really blame him looking at this continued dreck.

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