Jose Fernandez

Another Long Offseason In Store For Underachieving MarlinsThe 2015 season certainly didn’t go the way the Miami Marlins had hoped when they finished spring training.
Marlins Have Doubleheader With Rival PhilliesThe Miami Marlins Tom Koehler and Justin Nicolino make their final 2015 starts during Saturday's doubleheader with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Fish Look To End Final Series Of Season On High NoteLH Justin Nicolino (4-4, 4.16 ERA) takes on the Phillies in his final start of 2015.
Fernandez Loses To Odorizzi, Rays Beat Marlins 4-1Jake Odorizzi allowed one unearned run over seven innings as the Tampa Bay Rays beat Fernandez and the Miami Marlins 4-1 on Thursday night to complete a three-game sweep.
Jose Fernandez To Start Final Game Of 2015 Tonight In TampaOne of the few bright spots for the Miami Marlins will make his final appearance of the season on Thursday night in Tampa.
Marlins’ Nicolino Takes The Mound Against Rival Braves  As Dee Gordon closes out his first season with the Miami Marlins, the second baseman can enter the offseason knowing he did everything he could have hoped for to make the Marlins contenders. Gordon enters Saturday’s middle-contest of a three-game home series against the Atlanta Braves needing seven hits in his final eight games to become the third Miami player to reach 200 hits in a season.
Fernandez Breaks MLB Record As Marlins Beat Braves 12-11Jose Fernandez became the first pitcher in the modern era to win his first 17 career home decisions, overcoming a rough start Friday to help the Miami Marlins beat the Atlanta Braves 12-11.
Christian Yelich Looks To Keep Hitting Streak Alive Against NatsWith the clock ticking on their season, the Nationals look to trim their sizable deficit in the National League East on Saturday when they play the third contest of a four-game series versus the visiting Miami Marlins.
Lobaton's Sacrifice Fly In 10th Lifts Nationals Over Marlinsayson Werth scrambled home to score on Jose Lobaton's sacrifice fly in the 10th inning and Washington Nationals clung to their faint playoff hopes with a 5-4 win over the Miami Marlins on Friday night.
Marlins Shut Out By Nationals 5-0Max Scherzer pitched eight stellar innings to help the Washington Nationals end a five-game losing streak with a 5-0 win against the Marlins.
Fernandez Remains Unbeaten At Home In Marlins 2-0 WinJose Fernandez struck out the final batter he faced to end the fifth inning and walked off the mound with a grin, happy to be healthy and still unbeaten at Marlins Park.
Marlins’ Jose Fernandez Back From DL To Face Fading NatsWhen healthy, Jose Fernandez has been dazzling during his brief career – especially at home. The young Miami Marlins ace will try to make history when he takes the mound against the visiting Washington Nationals on Saturday.