FOX Sports baseball columnist Ken Rosenthal, citing major league sources, reports that the Seattle Mariners are talking with star pitcher Felix Hernandez about a contract extension. Rosenthal says no deal is imminent, but that the Mariners are weighing making Hernandez a four-year, $100 million offer.
The Mariners have not commented publicly about a possible extension and even Rosenthal reports that it is not known if the Mariners have actually made Hernandez an offer.
A four-year, $100 million extension tacked on to Hernandez’s current deal would effectively mean the Mariners would pay the pitcher $139.5 million over the next six seasons.
The Los Angeles Dodgers recently signed free agent Zach Greinke to a six-year, $147 million extension.
Hernandez, who turns 27 April 8, is two years away from free agency and has often expressed a desire to remain with the Mariners.
Hernandez, who signed with the Mariners as an amateur free agent in 2002, has pitched for the club for eight seasons and has a record of 98-76, 3.22 ERA. He is a three-time All-Star, won the 2010 American League Cy Young Award and threw a perfect game last Aug. 15 against Tampa Bay at Safeco Field. Here we offer you to visit shop anabolics where you can buy all kinds of anabolic steroids with credit card payments. Our inventory consists only of world famous steroids brands and we offer for sale just proven-to-work anabolics. Combined with proper PCT (post cycle therapy) steroids that are offered for sale in our anabolic store bring zero side effects. They offer discreet shipping to USA, UK and all other countries.
The Mariners have only had two winning seasons since Hernandez joined the club and have posted six last-place finishes in his eight seasons.
“The Mariners have not had a winning season since Hernandez joined the
club and have posted six last-place finishes in his eight seasons.”
This is false. The Mariners won 85 games in 2009 and 88 in 2007.
Corrected, thank you.
It just seems like they have been pathetic since forever.