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Topic - Jose Fernandez
Marlins catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia liked the Miami fashion sense of pitcher Jose Fernandez so much that he stole the purple jeans and gold high-top sneakers the young pitcher wore to the ballpark.
Jose Fernandez had trouble sleeping before his latest start.
Jose Fernandez got a raise, the Braves signed a catcher, and John Lannan has a good shot at winning a starting job with the Mets.
Doug Fister struck out the first two batters he faced in his spring debut with Washington, and the Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 10-3 Sunday.
Hours before taking the mound Friday against the St. Louis Cardinals, Jose Fernandez crossed paths with manager Mike Redmond in the Miami Marlins clubhouse.
Parents of students in one California school district were astounded and outraged after learning the base salary of their district superintendent — $663,000 in 2013.
Jose Fernandez has set a specific goal that only three starting pitchers in the last 18 years have accomplished.
The revelation that the superintendent of a tiny Southern California school district earned more than President Barack Obama last year sparked calls Tuesday for his resignation, a criminal investigation and a recall of the school board.
A rash of injuries during the final week of spring training last year forced the Miami Marlins to add then 20-year-old right-hander Jose Fernandez to its starting rotation.
Other than another lopsided loss to top-ranked Connecticut, South Florida coach Jose Fernandez said he felt fine.
Top-ranked Connecticut was held to a season-low point total and still won easily.
The Pittsburgh Pirates are not the only team that's proud of its pitching.
Plagued by early foul trouble and missing its head coach, South Florida challenged No. 5 Louisville early before falling to the Cardinals.
Kayla McBride had 23 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 2 Notre Dame remained unbeaten by routing No. 3 Duke 88-67 on Sunday, the Blue Devils' first ACC loss at home since 2008.
Connecticut had just six scholarship players healthy enough to play against South Florida. That's all the Huskies needed.