Jose Fernandez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Jose Fernandez and Gerrit Cole ‘pipe dreams’ to be traded

    Today's Knuckleball "In an effort to improve their starting rotation, the Boston Red Sox made calls on young stars Jose Fernandez and Gerrit Cole, but they were given an answer that the teams will give everyone: No. One GM called Fernandez or Cole being traded ‘pipe dreams’. The Marlins have no intention of..." June 23

  • Jose Fernandez, Jake Arrieta Among Pitchers Who Want Their Own Home Run Derby

    NESN "It looks like Madison Bumgarner might have started a revolution. The San Francisco Giants ace, whose 13 career home runs top all active pitchers, expressed his desire to participate in this year’s Home Run Derby recently. And even though his manager Bruce Bochy said that’s not going to happen, a..." June 14

  • Would the Marlins keep Jose Fernandez over Giancarlo Stanton?

    Fish Stripes "When the Marlins signed Giancarlo Stanton to a 13-year deal, they deemed him one of the faces of the franchise. Jose Fernandez, then and now, was the other. Miami attempted to sign Fernandez to a long-term deal shortly after extending Stanton, but Fernandez reportedly declined the offers. He is..." June 08

  • Jose Fernandez is challenging one of Pedro Martinez’s historic records

    Boston "Pedro Martinez struck out a lot of batters over the course of his career — but this season, Jose Fernandez has a chance to break one of his historic records. The Marlins’ 23-year-old hurler has an MLB-leading 110 strikeouts and a 13.26 K/9 rate after a dominating performance against Matt Harvey..." June 07

  • Jose Fernandez Is Baseball's Forgotten Stud

    Number Fire "It's understandable why everyone has been obsessing with Clayton Kershaw, Noah Syndergaard, Jake Arrieta, Chris Sale and Stephen Strasburg so far this season. All five of those pitchers have been ridiculously good and deserving of all the accolades. But there is one young starter that tends to..." May 27

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    Anthony Castrovince @castrovince

    Fernandez will start game two. Mattingly says more than half his starts will come with an extra day of rest.

  • Fernandez: 'I don't want to get shut down'

    MLB.com "As much as Jose Fernandez is itching to start on Opening Day, the 23-year-old right-hander sees the big picture. If getting his season rolling a day later means he will be available for perhaps the postseason, then he is on board. That's the plan Miami envisions, and Fernandez is perfectly fine..." March 20

  • Jose Fernandez tuned out rumors, ready for 2016

    MLB.com "After all the rumors and speculation, Jose Fernandez is ready to get into his comfort zone -- the mound. The energetic 23-year-old is eager to move forward and do his part to help the Marlins become a postseason contender in 2016. If there was any question about Fernandez's commitment to being..." February 17

  • Jose Fernandez will have an innings limit in 2016

    SB Nation "Jose Fernandez underwent Tommy John surgery in 2014. He missed most of 2015 recovering, but returned in a very Jose Fernandez-like fashion to throw 64 innings while striking out 11 batter per nine innings before the season ended. As he's still just 23 years old and has a career-high of 172..." February 17

  • As season nears, Boras and Marlins ready to zero in on Fernandez innings limit

    Fox Sports "Even with new manager Don Mattingly and pricey free-agent signing Wei-Yin Chen, the Miami Marlins’ 2016 spring training likely will be defined by two questions: Is Giancarlo Stanton completely healthy? And how many innings will Jose Fernandez be allowed to pitch? Stanton can answer with the..." February 16

  • Jose Fernandez has ‘soured’ on Marlins front office

    Larry Brown Sports "The Miami Marlins may not trade Jose Fernandez this year or even in the next two years, but it would be fairly shocking if they signed him to an extension before he is eligible to hit free agency after the 2018 season. A friend of Fernandez recently told Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald that..." February 15

  • Jose Fernandez wants $30 million a year, Marlins don’t plan on paying

    Hardball Talk "You’ve heard the stories by now. Jose Fernandez does not get along with Marlins management and is doubtful to sign a long-term contract with the team. There’s still time for those relationships to be repaired — Fernandez can’t become a free agent until after the 2018 season — but we also have a..." February 14

  • Jose Fernandez's reps believe he could make $30 million annually

    Fish Stripes "The Marlins have consistently been trying to extend Jose Fernandez. But if that does not happen, Fernandez's representatives believe he will receive a notably large deal in the coming years. Fernandez's representation thinks he could earn up to $30 million annually once he becomes a free agent..." January 25

  • Fernandez, Hechavarria top Marlins' arbitration targets

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "With a deal in place ensuring Dee Gordon will be under contract through at least 2020, the Miami Marlins turned attention to seven other arbitration-eligible players with a Friday deadline looming for submitting salary figures. It is an important group of players, including ace right-hander..." January 15

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    Jeff Passan @JeffPassan

    Source: Jose Fernandez gets $2.8 million from the Marlins and can reach $3M with games started.

  • The Marlins avoid salary arbitration with Jose Fernandez, sign all eight eligible players

    Miami Herald "The Marlins have reached agreements with all eight of their arbitration-eligible players, including ace Jose Fernandez, the team announced Friday. Fernandez, who was the subject of trade speculation during the recent MLB Winter Meetings, has reportedly agreed to a one-year, $2.8 million..." January 15

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    Joe Frisaro @JoeFrisaro

    Not confirmed, but I sense #Marlins are trying between now and Fri to sign Jose Fernandez long-term.If so, not sure it will get done

  • Dodgers unlikely to trade for Marlins' Fernandez

    The Score "After reportedly agreeing to a deal with Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda on Thursday, shortly after signing left-hander Scott Kazmir, the Los Angeles Dodgers no longer seem inclined to work out a trade for Miami Marlins star Jose Fernandez, according to Jon Morosi of FOX Sports. Fernandez's..." January 03