Over the course of a baseball season, a team will suffer through a few lack-luster, lifeless, stinker-type losses. It’s product of playing 162 games.
Having one of those dead-pulse defeats when Felix Hernandez is on the mound seems implausible. But it happened on Sunday.
The Mariners’ ace was anything but sharp, the defense behind him was worse and the hitting was non-existent as Seattle slogged its way through a 6-0 loss at Progressive Field.
It was the Mariners third straight loss against the Indians in as many days. They will now try to avoid suffering a …