Sporting News "Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery, most likely will return to the mound sometime after June 1, according to team owner Jeffrey Loria. Michael Hill, Marlins president of baseball operations, echoed Loria's sentiment. "We're still thinking June, July area,"..." January 22
MLB.com "All signs indicate Jose Fernandez is on schedule to return to the Marlins sometime around midseason in 2015. Until the 2013 National League Rookie of the Year Award winner is back, the organization is weighing its rotation options for next season. At the General Managers Meetings in Phoenix..." November 06
#Marlins Jose Fernandez made 25 throws from 30 feet today at Marlins Park. It went well. He said he felt great.
Fox Sports Florida "Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, wearing his white home uniform for team photos Friday at Marlins Park, flashed his mega-watt smile with good news he received from his cross-country trip. After meeting with Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles on Thursday, he returned to South Florida with..." September 23
Fernandez on why he pitched sore: "Health and all that stuff comes first for some people. For me, my team comes first. That's who I am."
CBSSports.com "Marlins star pitcher Jose Fernandez is scheduled to have Tommy John surgery Friday morning in Los Angeles, league sources said. Fernandez, one of the rising stars in the game, was found to have a tear in the ulnar collateral ligament earlier in the week, and the Marlins said on Wednesday that..." May 16
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "As feared, Jose Fernandez has a significant ulnar collateral ligament tear in his right elbow. He is wasting no time getting it fixed. A source said Fernandez will undergo the procedure in Los Angeles with orthopedic surgeon Neal ElAttrache of the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic, where Fernandez underwent..." May 14
Sporting News "Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez will get a second opinion, but it looks like he is headed toward Tommy John surgery, CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman reports . Results of an MRI show that the 2013 National League Rookie of the Year has a tear in the ulnar collateral ligament of his pitching arm,..." May 14
CBSSports.com "Marlins superstar righthander Jose Fernandez was diagnosed with a tear in the ulnar collateral ligament of his pitching arm and surgery was recommended in the initial diagnosis by noted physician Neal ElAttrache, sources connected to the team say. Fernandez is scheduled to see Marlins team..." May 13
Hardball Talk "The news just keeps getting worse. According to Juan C. Rodriguez of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Marlins anticipate that Fernandez will need season-ending surgery on his right elbow. Presumably we’re talking about Tommy John surgery here. If there’s any silver lining, it’s that the..." May 13
Source: #Marlins anticipate Fernandez will require season-ending elbow surgery.
Sources: Jose Fernandez expected to be placed on disabled list. Exact nature of injury not known. #Marlins
CBSSports.com "To no one's surprise, Marlins manager Mike Redmond announced Jose Fernandez will be the team's opening day starter in a few weeks. The right-hander was named NL Rookie of the Year and finished third in the Cy Young voting last season. At 21 years and 274 days old, Fernandez will be the youngest..." March 02
#Marlins RHP and reigning NL ROY Jose Fernandez earning $635,000 in 2014, $135K over the major league minimum.
MLB.com "At age 21, Jose Fernandez has made the leap from prized prospect to head of the class. The Marlins' phenom, who has an inspiring personal story and mesmerizing talent, has been voted the National League Rookie of the Year by the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA). Long considered..." November 12
MLB.com "In his wildest dreams, Jose Fernandez could never imagine achieving all he has during his remarkable rookie season. The Marlins' ace reached the big leagues at age 20, and he became the Marlins' lone All-Star. Now the hard-throwing right-hander is a finalist for the National League Rookie of..." November 11
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The numbers don't always confirm what the eye sees. Such is the debate between scouts and sabermetricians. In Marlins' right-hander Jose Fernandez, the two sides agree he's an ace. Monday, Fernandez will learn if he is the National League Rookie of the Year. He's already received several top..." November 11
Tampa Tribune "Jose Fernandez’s promotion to the Miami Marlins to begin the season was unexpected considering he hadn’t thrown an inning above Single-A. Wil Myers’ mid-June arrival was highly anticipated and somewhat delayed, according to some who follow the Rays. Both were impact players and proved early..." November 11
Finalists for NL Rookie of the Year (alphabetically): Jose Fernandez, Marlins; Shelby Miller, Cardinals; Yasiel Puig, Dodgers.
Miami Herald "Jose Fernandez saved his first home run for his final at-bat of his rookie season. But in the end Wednesday the hit was the last thing anybody was talking about. It was the first three steps he took out of the batter's box the flip of his bat and the hot-dogging he did before rounding the bases..." September 12
Miami Herald "The last thing anybody expected Jose Fernandez to be doing after his last start of the season Wednesday was apologizing. But that’s what the 21-year old Cuban-born right-hander was doing — almost profusely — after hot-dogging his trip around the bases after his first career home run pitching..." September 12
CBSSports.com "The Marlins will shut down rookie right-hander Jose Fernandez after two more starts reports MLB.com's Joe Frisaro. Furthermore he will not be allowed to throw more than 12 total innings so unless Fernandez gets knocked out of a game early look for him to go six innings in each of the two remaining..." August 31
Fish Stripes "The Miami Marlins have received yet another strong performance from Jose Fernandez who has established himself firmly as the ace of this staff. His latest performance versus the Los Angeles Dodgers last night left his ERA at 2.41 and his FIP at 2.77. In just 145 2/3 innings pitched he is ten..." August 20
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "At some point in his managerial tenure with the Marlins Mike Redmond won't struggle with decisions like the one he made Sunday. Jose Fernandez will trot in after the eighth at 97 pitches and the thought of him not going out for the ninth will be absurd. That day wasn't Sunday but it didn't..." July 29
Miami Herald "It's been a dreamy rookie season for 20-year old Marlins rookie Jose Fernandez, one made even sweeter by the All-Star experience he got to share with his mother Maritza in New York earlier this week. "We actually stayed in the same room, talking until two, three in the morning every night,"..." July 19
MLB.com "Surrounded by family, friends and some local media, Jose Fernandez was selected 14th overall by the Marlins in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft. At the time, Fernandez was a hard-throwing 18-year-old who helped lead Alonso High School in Tampa, Fla., to a couple of state titles. Fernandez had a..." June 06
New York Post "Jose Fernandez dropped a calling card at Citi Field yesterday, a notice that the Mets are not alone in the arms race. The precocious righty’s first start above Single-A was an impressive major league debut. Born a month after the Yankees drafted a shortstop named Derek Jeter in 1992, Fernandez..." April 09
Palm Beach Post "The box score says there were 402 fans in attendance for the last meaningful game pitched by Jose Fernandez. Eyewitnesses in the Jupiter Hammerheads organization remember it more like 1,000, all spread out around Lakeland’s Joker Marchant Stadium and all fired up for Game 3 of the Florida State..." April 03
Palm Beach Post "he Miami Marlins knew their young pitching staff would be a work in progress this season. But no one expected major changes a day before the season opener. The Marlins this morning announced that 20-year-old super-prospect Jose Fernandez, a right-hander, will be on the opening day roster because..." March 31
Palm Beach Post "Not much rattles 20-year-old Jose Fernandez when he’s on the mound – unless, of course, he looks toward home plate and sees his manager squatting down with a catcher’s glove. “He was nervous,’’ Mike Redmond, a former catcher, said with a laugh after running onto the field to warm up Fernandez..." March 01
Palm Beach Post "A scary moment this afternoon on Field 4 where the Marlins were playing a sim game. Giancarlo Stanton was hit on the back of the head, at the top of his neck, by a Jose Fernandez fastball during a simluated game. You can see the video below. Stanton appeared to be OK as the fastball glanced..." February 20