Hisashi Iwakuma

#18 SP / Seattle Mariners / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 210 lb Age: 34 College: No College Bats/Throws R/R

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      Hisashi Iwakuma: Declines qualifying offer

      Iwakuma turned down his qualifying offer from the Mariners on Friday and will remain a free agent, Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish reports. The move doesn't come as much of a surprise after another solid campaign from Iwakuma, in which he posted a 3.54 ERA and an impressive 111:21 K:BB ratio. He'll be 34 years old by the time the 2016 rolls around, but he should still be able to land a multi-year deal on the open market after turning down the $15.8 million qualifying offer.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Hisashi Iwakuma: Tendered a qualifying offer

      Iwakuma was extended a qualifying offer by the Mariners on Friday. Iwakuma's season was slowed down a bit by injuries, but he still posted another strong campaign, as he tossed his first career no-hitter and worked to a 3.54 ERA with 111 strikeouts in 129.2 innings. He'll be 34 years old by the start of the 2016 season, which could scare off some teams, but he'll likely turn down the qualifying offer and command more in free agency.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Mariners SP Hisashi Iwakuma takes loss Sunday vs. Angels

      Mariners starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma picked up the loss Sunday, as he allowed three runs on eight hits in 7 1/3 innings against the Angels. While Iwakuma pitched fairly well against the Angels, he only struck out one batter, by far the lowest total of the season. The 33-year-old has certainly picked up his play towards the end of the season. In 33 innings in September, he posted a 2.18 ERA and 0.94 WHIP with a 29:33 K:BB. He will likely be an interesting name in re-draft leagues heading into next year.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Mariners SP Hisashi Iwakuma strikes out nine Wednesday

      Mariners starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma (8-4) was fantastic Wednesday, as he struck out nine Angels over six one-run innings in a 3-1 win. He allowed just four hits and no walks. Iwakuma had to make just 84 pitches to get through his six innings ,and it was a bit of a surprise to see him pulled so early. Aside from a seven-run outing on August 24, Iwakuma has been fantastic over his last nine starts, allowing three runs or less in every start. The strikeout total was his highest of the season. Look for Iwakuma to put in another strong start against the Royals next Tuesday.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Hisashi Iwakuma left with fourth loss after Mariners' rally falls short

      Mariners starter Hisashi Iwakuma pitched well on Friday, but one swing left him with his fourth loss of the season. Iwakuma (7-4, 4.05 ERA) went 6 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on eight hits. He walked one and struck out six in the 4-2 loss. The right-hander cruised through the first six innings, keeping the Rockies off the scoreboard. But he made one mistake which resulted in a three-run home run by Dustin Garneau in the seventh inning. The Mariners attempted a comeback, but ultimately fell to the Rockies.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Mariners SP Hisashi Iwakuma earns sixth win of the season

      Mariners starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma did just enough during his start against the White Sox on Saturday to earn a victory. Iwakuma allowed two runs on seven hits in 5 2/3 innings of work. He struck out six batters and allowed four walks. With the win, Iwakuma improved to 6-3 on the year with a 4.22 ERA.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Terrible fifth dooms Mariners SP Hisashi Iwakuma to defeat

      A mere 12 days after Mariners starter Hisashi Iwakuma crafted the finest performance of his career - a no-hitter, no less - he put together his worst start of the season. Iwakuma was blasted for seven runs on seven hits in 4 2/3 innings in a loss to Oakland on Monday night. He walked one and fanned four. It all happened quite suddenly. Iwakuma was cruising along with a shutout through four when he was battered for all seven runs in the fifth. The big blows were two-run doubles by Billy Burns and Mark Canha and two-run homer by Danny Valencia. The pounding raised his ERA on the year to 4.29.

    • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

      Mariners' Hisashi Iwakuma wins third straight

      Mariners starter Hisashi Iwakuma returned to the mound after throwing a no-hitter and allowed a single to the second hitter he faced. Iwakuma won his third straight, Tuesday against Texas. He allowed two runs on five hits over seven innings. Before allowing a hit, Iwakuma had not allowed a hit in 10 innings, the second-longest streak in team history, behind Randy Johnson's 11 in 1991.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

      Mariners SP Hisashi Iwakuma throws no-hitter against Orioles

      Mariners pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma was unhittable during Wednesday's 3-0 win over the Orioles. Iwakuma did not allow a hit over nine innings of work to record the first no-hitter of his major league career. Iwakuma also struck out seven, but walked three batters to prevent the perfect game. He is now 4-2 with a 3.86 ERA in 11 starts. Iwakuma has earned a quality start in his last three outings and four of his last five.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Mariners SP Hisashi Iwakuma stays strong in win on Friday

      Mariners starter Hisashi Iwakuma posted another fine outing on Friday, as he limited the Rangers to three runs on six hits over seven innings. He struck out six and did not walk a batter, though he did throw 118 pitches which is a new career-high. Iwakuma (3-2, 4.41 ERA) was actually down early in this one, as he allowed a pair of runs in the second inning. He gave up another run in the fourth, but the Mariners were able to power back and get Iwakuma the victory. The right-hander has been rather inconsistent for much of the season, but he five quality starts in seven outings since returning from the disabled list on July 6.

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