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It worked for the Mariners, maybe us too?

According to MLBTraderumors, the guys over at the U.S.S. Mariner noticed a pattern with Felix Hernandez's pitching strategy: establishing the fastball until he can K a guy with his sharp curve.  Not that there's anything wrong with that, but it's a trend . . .anyways, they sent a letter to Rafael Chaves, the M's pitching coach, and King Felix read it.  Well, he read the letter, and credits it to his 8 scoreless innings.

The link is just www.MLBTraderumors.com.

So, I'm wondering if anyone's picked up any tendencies our pitchers have that our staff might not have noticed.  I don't know if telling them that they walk too many batters would make a difference, but hell, it's worth a shot.  Maybe it'll help us out . . .

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