Found July 29, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
At some point in his managerial tenure with the Marlins Mike Redmond won't struggle with decisions like the one he made Sunday. Jose Fernandez will trot in after the eighth at 97 pitches and the thought of him not going out for the ninth will be absurd. That day wasn't Sunday but it didn't detract from the 20-year-old Fernandez's latest jaw-dropping performance. Fernandez pitched his team to a series-clinching 3-2 win over the rampaging Pirates at Marlins Park. Fernandez matched his career best with eight innings and established the franchise's single-game rookie strikeout record at 13. He struck out the side twice (third fifth innings) and recorded at least one in every inning except his last. "[Pitching coach] Chuck Hernandez and I talked and you know what it made sense" said Redmond who watched Steve Cishek log his 22nd save in the ninth. "Today we developed two guys. We developed a pitcher and we developed a closer. Where we're at as a t...
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