Jose Fernandez News Archive
Fernandez has passed away following a boating accident, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald has confirmed.
Fernandez's next start has been pushed to Monday against the Mets, the Miami Herald's Clark Spencer reports.
Fernandez (16-8) threw eight brilliant innings Tuesday against the Nationals, striking out 12 while allowing just three hits and no runs.
Fernandez (15-8) pitched seven innings, allowing four runs on six hits and two walks while striking out three Braves in Wednesday's win.
Fernandez (14-8) threw seven innings of shutout ball Friday, picking up a win and spoiling Clayton Kershaw's return to the Dodgers. He allowed three hits and three walks striking out 14.
Fernandez's season could be cut short out of Wild Card contention, the Marlins' official site reports.
Fernandez (13-8) was torched for seven runs in 5.2 innings by Cleveland on Saturday, surrendering 12 hits and two walks while striking out five.
Fernandez blanked the Mets for six innings on Monday, allowing three hits, walking four, and striking out six in the no-decision.