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Washington Nationals Can’t Figure out Jose Fernandez in Loss

MIAMI, FL – JULY 28: Jose Fernandez #16 of the Miami Marlins pitches during a game against the Washington Nationals at Marlins Park on July 28, 2015 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) Going into last night’s game against the Miami Marlins, the Washington Nationals had a tall task in front of them. Now I know the Marlins haven’t been a good team but, in...
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Even without his best, Jose Fernandez remains unblemished at Marlins Park

MIAMI -- Six innings. Four hits. One earned run. Four walks. Five strikeouts. Ninety-nine pitches (62 strikes). For many major-league pitchers, that stat line not only constitutes a quality start but also an impressive performance to give his team a chance to win a ballgame. Even on an off night -- by his standards -- Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez overcame uncharacteristic command...
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Marlins' Fernandez puts perfect home mark on line against Nationals

Jose Fernandez puts a perfect home record on the line when he takes the mound for the Marlins on Tuesday night against the Nationals. Fernandez has never lost at Marlins Park, posting a 14-0 record with a 1.17 ERA in 22 career home starts dating to his rookie season of 2013. The Cuban right-hander, who will turn 23 on Friday, has been overpowering in three lifetime starts against...
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Fantasy Roundup: Where Does Fernandez Rank?

Below you’ll find DFS and streamer rankings. I classified the pitchers by category and they’re ranked from best to worst in each category. I didn’t write about all the pitchers, but I chose the best options available. You’ll find the pitcher’s name, the DraftKings salary, and where the game is being played. The rankings are slanted toward a GPP, but the write-ups (hopefully...
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Marlins' Fernandez joins exclusive company in 40-something club

While Jose Fernandez insists he's not back to his pre-injury form, the Miami Marlins right-hander is putting up numbers that haven't been seen in more than 40 years."I feel, I don't want to say like I was before, but I feel I've grown as a pitcher and a person," Hernandez said after an 11-strikeout effort in Wednesday's 5-3 victory at Arizona.Hernandez allowed three runs over seven...
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Jose Fernandez hits David Peralta in head; Diamondbacks take offense (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez hit Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta in the head with a fastball on Wednesday night. There’s no reason to believe Fernandez did it on purpose. However, the D-Backs apparently felt there was intent. Peralta, who eventually walked off under his own power, laid on...Read More
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Fernandez too much for D-backs, Marlins take series

PHOENIX -- Jose Fernandez struck out 11 in seven innings, A.J. Ramos struck out three straight with the bases loaded in the ninth and the Miami Marlins held off the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-3 on Wednesday night. Fernandez (3-0) was sharp in his fourth start since returning from Tommy John surgery, allowing three runs on five hits for a rare road win. The right-hander also had second...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
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Fan who wouldn’t cut hair until Jose Fernandez returned gets haircut from pitcher

Andres Salgado is a seriously devoted Miami Marlins fan. When pitching sensation Jose Fernandez suffered an elbow injury that required Tommy John surgery, Salgado vowed not to cut his hair until the 22-year-old recovered. So he let it grow for 13 months. But with Fernandez returning to the Marlins’ rotation Thursday, it was time for Salgado (who became known as “The Jose Guy“...
Via The Outside Corner
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Jose Fernandez returning, Marlins should still be sellers

The Miami Marlins are about to get a lot better as a baseball team. Jose Fernandez, one of the most exciting and superlative pitchers in major-league baseball, is set to return next week. Martin Prado and Michael Morse should be back shortly. Henderson Alvarez, who has made just four starts all year, is progressing in […]
Via Fangraphs
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

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