The Miami Marlins’ ace Jose Fernandez is showing off to the media his rehab routine as he recovery from season-ending elbow surgery.
Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez has been cleared to start throwing Oct. 1.
The last time Miami Marlins pitcher Henderson Alvarez was on the field at Marlins Park to pitch, he was mobbed by his teammates after completing a no-hitter. Wednesday, Alvarez will once again take the mound to try to start off 2014 with a win.
Don’t look now, but the Miami Marlins are 2-0 on the young season and the two victories have come behind two young fireballers leading the rotation.
The Miami Marlins will be looking to capitalize on its wealth of young pitching again Tuesday night when right-hander Nathan Eovaldi takes the mound in the second-game of a four-game series against the Colorado Rockies at Marlins Park.
After a long offseason following the second worst season in franchise history, the Miami Marlins will take the field again at Marlins Park Monday night to open what the team and fans hope will be a much better season.
While the expectations for Marlins left-handed pitcher Andrew Heaney remain high; he won’t be starting the 2014 on the main roster for the Marlins.
If Jose Fernandez continues to develop into an ace pitcher for the Miami Marlins, South Florida fans better see him while he’s here because there’s no way the team will pay the new premium price for a top pitcher in baseball.
The Miami Marlins didn’t have much go right for them in 2013, but rookie pitcher Jose Fernandez was one of the bright spots. Monday, he was named the National League Rookie of the Year by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.
Now that his season is complete, it’s clear that Miami Marlins rookie pitcher Jose Fernandez just put together one of the greatest rookie seasons in Major League Baseball history.