Seattle Mariners

July 30, 2014 6:27 PM

Mariners waste record-setting start by Felix Hernandez in 2-0 loss to Indians

Corey Kluber outdueled eternally luckless Felix Hernandez in Cleveland’s 2-0 victory Wednesday night over the Seattle Mariners at Progressive Field. It was Kluber’s first career shutout.

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