King Felix, the 2010 Cy Young Award winner, has been lights out all season long and continues to become more dominant as the year progresses.
On Saturday night, against Major League Baseball's best offense, the Texas Rangers, the King tossed perhaps his most impressive game of the season.
With some rare and very unusual first-inning run support mixed with the huge crowd in the "King's Court", it was a night fit for something miraculous. The 26-year-old righty did not disappoint.
Hernandez cruised through the highly-potent offense en route to his second shutout of the season. On the way he also collected 12 strikeouts, one shy of his season high. Of the 12 k's, three of them were handed to the AL MVP front runner Josh Hamilton, along with three more to slugger Nelson Cruz. All in all, Hernandez struck ...
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