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'Supreme Court' in session for Felix on Tuesday

SEATTLE -- In honor of Felix Hernandez's perfect game, the Mariners are expanding Safeco Field's "King's Court" concept into a "Supreme Court" for his next start on Tuesday night against the Indians.

The first 34,000 fans entering the ballpark Tuesday will receive a bright yellow "King of Perfection" T-shirt and commemorative "K" card that will include a photo from the perfect game on the back.

Hernandez enjoys the normal King's Court rooting section of about 800 fans down the left-field line that gets special shirts and the 'K' placard for all his Safeco Field starts.

Hernandez seemed almost overwhelmed at the thought of an entire stadium full of similar fans for his next outing.

"I don't know," Hernandez said. "It'll be crazy. It'll be unbelievable. I really appreciate that."

Special ticket prices will be offered, with View Level seats priced as low as $10 and Main Level seats as low as $30.

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SEA Full Game Coverage TTLE -- In honor of Felix Hernandez's perfect game, the Mariners are expanding Safeco Field's "King's Court" concept into a "Supreme Court" for his next start on Tuesday night against the Indians.

The first 34,000 fans entering the ballpark Tuesday will receive a bright yellow "King of Perfection" T-shirt and commemorative "K" card that will include a photo from the perfect game on the back.

Hernandez enjoys the normal King's Court rooting section of about 800 fans down the left-field line that gets special shirts and the 'K' placard for all his Safeco Field starts.

Hernandez seemed almost overwhelmed at the thought of an entire stadium full of similar fans for his next outing.

"I don't know," Hernandez said. "It'll be crazy. It'll be unbelievable. I really appreciate that."

Special ticket prices will be offered, with View Level seats priced as low as $10 and Main Level seats as low as $30.

This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.