Félix Hernández has already retired from the Major Leagues according to a reporter

The Venezuelan Felix Hernandez may have already retired according to Jon Heyman of the MLB and the New York Post.

The Venezuelan pitcher Felix Hernandez ya se withdrawal, according to his friends, reports Jon Heyman of the New York Post.

It should be noted that the player has not said anything directly to Heyman, they have not even spoken. However, he clarifies that he has spoken with some friends of Felix Hernandezand he has been coaching the team of his son Jeremy, who is 14 years old, attending a withdrawal “silent” without dwelling on the subject much, he has not insisted that any team give him a chance in the Majors and has not even spoken about it.


Felix Hernandez36 years old, 6’3 tall and 220 pounds, tried to return to the Major Leagues in 2020 with the Atlanta Braves and in 2021 with the Baltimore Orioles, however, he did not even play in the Venezuelan Winter League or from Mexico.

Although “El Rey” tried to continue in the Major Leagues after his departure from the Seattle Mariners, he did not make a pitch in an official Major League game with any other team. His last game was on September 26, 2019 against the Oakland Athletics, where he threw 5.1 IP, 3 H, 4 SO, 4 BB and 3 ER.


Numbers for life.

  • 169 wins and 136 losses, 3.42 ERA, 2,769 innings, 2,534 strikeouts, 11 shutouts, 25 complete games.


  • 6 times all star
  • 2 ERA titles
  • Cy Young en el 2010
  • Perfect game against the Tampa Rays

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