King Felix Suffers Shoulder Injury and Added to Disabled List

King Felix Suffers Shoulder Injury and Added to Disabled List

Felix Hernandez, also most well known as “King” Felix or the ace of the Seattle Mariners may not be able to play for a max of four weeks because of an injury that he suffered in his right shoulder.  In the 2016 season, Hernandez had his first loss by pitching a total of six innings, five walks, and six strikeouts. He did well in the next start by getting most strikeouts and beating the record of former Mariner Randy Johnson. He also defeated Mike Trout of the Angels with a score of 3-2 making him have a perfect game for his career.

However, starting 2017, he was added to the 10-day disabled list because of his shoulder injury. This season, he pitched two innings in his start with allowing four runs out of a total of 48 pitches. This year, Hernandez is now 31 years old and enjoyed a good career from his beginning. Of course, all of those years as a baseball pitcher eventually took a toll on his body. With his right shoulder injured, he also won’t be able to use his pitching arm for quite some time. We might not be seeing him this season because of that.

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