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  1. King for a Day

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    Don't tell Felix Hernandez that the Mariners want to limit his workload, because the way the right-hander was throwing on Monday, there's no way he looks like a pitcher interested in calling it a season earlier than Game No. 162. In fact, the only wa...

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  2. Mmmm ... Humble Pie

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    King Felix, please turn in your crown. I like to consider myself one of the most avid Felix Hernandez supporters around, having ranked him 10th overall among starting pitchers in the preseason. To date, I've always stood by him, believing his poor A...

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  3. Young Guns

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    Sunday's Mariners-Tigers game, which featured two of the best young starting pitchers in the American League, was every bit as exciting a contest as advertised. On Seattle's side, you had Felix Hernandez, who passed his 20th birthday just two weeks a...

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  4. Arm and Dangerous

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    Three of this season's most exciting young pitchers were in action Tuesday night, and though each might yet get a final start Sunday, fantasy owners can't help but wonder what the 2006 season has in store for each. Let's take a closer look: Zach Duk...

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  5. A King's Ransom

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    One of the hottest debates of the past several weeks has surrounded the Rookie of the Year races, and whether some of the best freshmen who recently debuted might garner attention in the voting. The Braves' Jeff Francoeur and Pirates' Zach Duke are t...

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  6. Twin Aces

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    These Minnesota Twins sure know how to scout solid, young pitching talent. And that doesn't apply merely to the homegrown Brad Radke and Johan Santana. Let's throw in Carlos Silva, the former Arizona Diamondbacks prospect who was snatched out of the ...

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  7. Good to be King

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    In Dwight Gooden's second major-league start, on April 13, 1984, he surrendered six runs on seven hits in 3.1 innings for the first loss of his career, to the Cubs. He was just 19 years, four months and 28 days old. In Felix Hernandez's second major...

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  8. New King Being Crowned?

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    All eyes were on the Comerica Park mound Thursday afternoon, as 19-year-old Mariners rookie Felix Hernandez made his much-publicized major-league debut. Incredibly, the last time someone younger pitched a major-league game was two years and three day...

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