Found August 26, 2013 on
Next Impulse Sports:
During last night’s Rockies-Marlins game, Miami pitcher Jose Fernandez nonchalantly snagged a screaming line drive off the bat of Troy Tulowitzki. The catch was so good that it stopped Tulo dead in his tracks and forced him to ask Fernandez “did you catch that?” Fernandez confirmed with a smile. Yes, yes he did. Video of the play here. [GameReax] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
BEST OF MAXIM
Jose Fernandez continues to build on an impressive rookie season.
The Marlins right-hander went 2-0 with a 0.64 ERA last week, earning him Co-National League Player of the Week. It was the second time this season he received the honor.
On Aug. 19, Fernandez allowed the Ddogers just a run while striking out eight in six innings. And on Aug. 24, he threw seven shutout innings while...
MIAMI -- Jose Fernandez is turning Marlins Park into the place to be.
The 21-year-old captured his 10th win of the season -- his seventh straight on home turf -- with seven strong innings and eight strikeouts in a 3-0 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday.
In four of Fernandez's last five starts, the Marlins have drawn more than 20,000 fans.
We already know that Jose Fernandez is one of the best young pitchers in all of baseball, but we didn’t know he was a Houdini with his glove. Check out this play he made on Troy Tulowitzki’s line drive. He literally snares it out of the air with cat-like reflexes. Tulo is amazed: Seriously, everyone reacted the same way as Tulowitzki did, but there just wasn’t enough cameras. H/T FTW
During Saturday’s Rockies-Marlins game in Miami, shortstop Troy Tulowitzki hit an absolute rocket off Miami rookie phenom Jose Fernandez that would have gone for a sure base hit had Fernandez not reached out and snared the ball like it was no big deal, causing Tulowitzki to have one of the best reactions ever seen on a baseball field…
The post Troy Tulowitzki...
Tweet Jose Fernandez is one of the leading candidates to win the Rookie of the Year this season in the National League. Even playing for the lowly Miami Marlins, Fernandez has been unbelievable this season. In fact, even Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki can’t believe how good the rookie is, particularly on this play from Sunday: […]
The precious grains of sand are rapidly slipping away through the hourglass of Jose Fernandez’s rookie season as the innings pile up.
If Saturday was the final appearance of the season on the mound at Marlins Park for the Cuban phenom the 3-0 victory over the Rockies was a fitting finale for a dominant maiden home campaign.
Fernandez (10-5) who came into the game with a major...
Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was rested Sunday against Miami after being bothered by soreness in his rib area.
Rockies' manager Walt Weiss said Tulowitzki was being kept out of the lineup as a precaution. Weiss was unsure when Tulowitzki suffered the injury Saturday during a swing, but he remained in the game.
Weiss says ''he's OK, he's a little...
MIAMI (AP) -- Rookie Jose Fernandez struck out eight in seven innings, leading the Miami Marlins to a 3-0 win over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night.
Fernandez (10-5) allowed four hits and did not walk a batter as he lowered his ERA to 2.30. The 21-year-old All-Star has been one of the best pitchers in the Majors since June 1, compiling a 1.52 ERA and 112 strikeouts in 15 starts...
The Colorado Rockies were without Troy Tulowitzki during
yesterday’s weekend finale against the Miami Marlins, as manager Walt Weiss told
reporters – including Steve Dorsey of MLB.com – that he was resting the
shortstop after he experienced soreness in his left side during Saturday’s contest.
While the discomfort was enough to keep Tulowitzki out of the Rockies’ lineup...
During a pregame talk, Colorado manager Walt Weiss compared Marlins rookie Jose Fernandez to Roger Clemens and Kerry Wood.
Fernandez then showed why he's deserving of the praise.
Fernandez struck out eight in seven innings, leading the Miami Marlins to a 3-0 win over the Rockies on Saturday night.
''I just tried to go out there and get outs, get back in the dugout...
The Rockies completed a 10-game road trip that produced a 4-6 record and cost them the services of closer Rafael Betancourt who's injured. And it may gotten worse Sunday with the injury report on Troy Tulowitzki.
The all-star shortstop suffered an injury to his left side in the rib area while swinging during an at-bat Saturday.
"He's OK. He's a little sore"...
Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was out of the
team’s starting lineup for a second consecutive game last night due to lingering soreness in his left side. Center fielder Dexter Fowler started the
game, but he ultimately joined Tulowitzki on the bench after exiting early with
a left knee injury, according to Ian McCue of MLB.com.
Fowler suffered the knee injury...
Went to the State Fair yesterday. The pig barn smelled like sausage.
Never before has the Farmers Almanac received this much attention.
Jose Fernandez is really amazing.
Why some teams hit multi run home runs.
Houston 10, Chicago 8 – I bet this was a tough ticket to find.