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Topic - Jose Fernandez
One bad throw by Jarrod Saltalamacchia and one bad pitch by Jose Fernandez cost the Miami Marlins their lead. And when manager Mike Redmond turned to his struggling bullpen, things got worse.
The Nationals desperately need to win tonight in Miami, but they'll have to beat the dominant Jose Fernandez. Join the conversation on Nats Insider!
A Southern California school district board has voted to replace its president and appoint a new interim superintendent to replace Jose Fernandez, who was placed on paid leave after coming under fire for his outsized compensation.
The Washington Nationals' comeback victory against Jose Fernandez felt well-deserved, even if the pivotal runs were unearned.
Marlon Byrd and the Phillies knew facing Jose Fernandez would be a challenge. They were up for it.
After one of his worst major league starts, Jose Fernandez was simply ready to move on.
The superintendent of a small Southern California school district who makes more than the president of the United States has been put on administrative leave while his salary is reviewed.
Francisco Rodriguez has two saves, Jose Valverde has one - and no, this isn't a flashback to 2009.
Jose Fernandez allowed his first two walks of the season, and they came back to back. When his foot slipped on a delivery, the pitch bounced several feet in front of the plate. One frustrating inning ended with the Miami Marlins' precocious ace shaking his head and screaming angrily into his glove.
Jose Fernandez says his grandmother will likely live with him all season on a visa from Cuba, which could be good news for the Miami Marlins, because she brought them good luck in the season opener.
Jose Fernandez's grandmother attended the Miami Marlins' opener and saw him pitch for the first time since he left Cuba at age 15.
Miscommunication between Colorado Rockies pitcher Jorge De La Rosa and catcher Wilin Rosario had Miami Marlins fans booing in the fifth inning of Monday's season opener.
Always restless when he's not pitching, Jose Fernandez clowns with teammates and leads cheers in the dugout, offers to pinch run and begs to pinch hit.
Jose Fernandez struggled in his last tuneup for opening day as the Miami Marlins beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5 Tuesday.
Miami second baseman Derek Dietrich broke his nose when he was struck in the face by a bad-hop single during the Marlins' 4-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday.
"I got beat," Fernandez said of his matchup with Werth. "It's part of the game. Obviously not what I wanted to happen, but we learn from it."
"There's nothing I can do about it now, just get ready for my next start," Fernandez said.