The Miami Marlins finished the 2014 season with a record of 77-85, fourth in the National League East. They finished in the middle of the pack in both runs scored and ERA. Significant injuries to Giancarlo Stanton and Jose Fernandez hindered any hopes for a push in the division. The good news on Fernandez is that he threw for the first time since undergoing surgery on his right...
Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez is throwing again, 4-1/2 months after he underwent season-ending Tommy John elbow surgery.
Fernandez made 25 throws of 30 feet -- half the distance from the mound to the plate -- and said he felt great after the brief workout Wednesday at Marlins Park.
The 2013 National League Rookie of the Year was cleared last week to begin a throwing program...
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MIAMI (AP) Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez is throwing again, 4 1/2 months after he underwent season-ending Tommy John elbow surgery.
Fernandez made 25 throws of 30 feet - half the distance from the mound to the plate - and said he felt great after the brief workout Wednesday at Marlins Park.
The 2013 National League Rookie of the Year was cleared last week to begin a throwing...
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6 hours ago
Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez's first day of a throwing program "went well," a source familiar with the rehabilitation process told FOXSportsFlorida.com.
Fernandez played catch from 30 feet on Wednesday at Marlins Park under the supervision of the club's training staff. He made 25 throws -- one "ceremonial" -- for the first time since his May 9 start...
One question can describe the Miami Marlins' 2014 season: What if?
Despite the absence of ace Jose Fernandez by mid-May and slugger Giancarlo Stanton in early September, the Marlins (77-85) became one of just three National League teams since 1969 to win at least 77 games a year after a 100-loss campaign. For an organization that saw the cellar of the NL East for three straight...
All things considered, the 2014 Miami Marlins were a bit of a surprise. Sure, they were never truly a playoff contender — especially after Jose Fernandez tore his UCL in mid-May and needed Tommy John surgery — but they hung around .500 for much of the season. Coming off a year in which they lost 100 games, there may actually be some reason for hope on South Beach.
MIAMI (AP) Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez has been cleared to start throwing Oct. 1.
The 2013 National League Rookie of the Year had season-ending Tommy John surgery May 16. He met with Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles on Thursday.
''A lot of good news came out of that in going up there and seeing him so I'm really excited,'' Fernandez said Friday. '...
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12 days ago
MIAMI -- Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, wearing his white home uniform for team photos Friday at Marlins Park, flashed his mega-watt smile with good news he received from his cross-country trip.
After meeting with Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles on Thursday, he returned to South Florida with clearance to begin a throwing program Oct. 1 in Miami.
For 3 to 4 minutes, Fernandez...
MIAMI -- While the Miami Marlins arrived back in South Florida for the final homestand of the 2014 season, ace Jose Fernandez flew out to Los Angeles hoping for good news from Dr. Neal ElAttrache.
Fernandez, who underwent Tommy John surgery on May 16, was scheduled to visit ElAttrache for clearance to start a throwing program Oct. 1. He last pitched May 9 in San Diego before discomfort...
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