[SportMed] Marlins Jose Fernandez Killed in Miami Boating Accident

 

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Marlins Jose Fernandez Killed in Miami Boating Accident

By Cindy Boren and Barry Svrluga

September 25 at 10:25 AM

Washington Post

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Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez, a Cuban defector who swiftly became one of the brightest young stars in baseball, died early Sunday following a boating accident according to several reports. He was 24.

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The Marlins canceled Sundays scheduled game against the Atlanta Braves.

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The Miami Marlins organization is devastated by the tragic loss of Jose Fernandez, the club said in a statement. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very difficult time.

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The Associated Press reported that the U.S. Coast guard said Fernandez was one of three people killed in an accident in Miami Beach. Details werent immediately available, but the incident is believed to have occurred around 3 a.m. EDT, involving a 30-foot boat. According to the Miami Herald, emergency workers continued to search for more victims near Government Cut and South Pointe Park.

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They found a boat that was up against the jetties, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Chief Todd Garofalo told WSVN. They did do an initial search and they found three victims  two on top of the water, one underneath the boat and they had unfortunately passed away.

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Fernandezs death shook baseball as it heads into the final week of the regular season. Several clubs, including the Washington Nationals, issued statements offering the Marlins condolences.

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All of Baseball is shocked and saddened by the sudden passing of Miami Marlins pitcher JosFerndez, Commissioner Robert Manfred said in a statement. He was one of our games great young stars who made a dramatic impact on and off the field since his debut in 2013.  Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, the Miami Marlins organization and all of the people he touched in his life.

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Current and former players also took to social media in an effort to convey the young stars love for both his craft and the competition.

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Jose Fernandez is one of the most genuine guys Ive ever played with, retired pitcher Dan Haren, briefly a teammate with Fernandez in Miami, tweeted Sunday morning. He loved life, he loved baseball. . [H]e will be missed dearly.

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Fernandez made his major league debut only three years ago, but he immediately made an impact on the game both with his electric repertoire of pitches and his effervescent personality. As a rookie in 2013, he became an all-star, and was immediately identified not just as part of the Marlins promising young core  joining slugger Giancarlo Stanton and others but as a player who could become a central character for his sport over the course of a generation.

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Fernandez owned a high-90s fastball and a devastating slider that he mixed with a changeup and occasional curveball. The combination could be nearly unhittable, and he combined them with a competitive swagger that could be imposing. Several opposing players and executives said, over the course of his career, that Fernandez was the one pitcher they would least like to face in a crucial game.

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Baseball Reference.com

Jose Fernandez
Jose D. Fernandez

Position: Pitcher
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6′ 3″, Weight: 240 lb.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/f/fernajo02.shtml

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Jose Fernandez (pitcher)

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Jose D. Fernandez (July 31, 1992  September 25, 2016) was a Cuban American professional baseball pitcher who played for the Miami Marlins of Major League Baseball (MLB).

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Ferndez was born in Santa Clara, Cuba and made three unsuccessful attempts at defecting before he was successful in 2008. He enrolled at Braulio Alonso High School in Tampa, Florida and was selected by the Marlins in the first round of the 2011 MLB draft. Ferndez made his MLB debut with the Marlins on April 7, 2013. He was named to the 2013 MLB All-Star Game and won the National League (NL) Rookie of the Month Award in July and August. After the season, he won the NL Rookie of the Year Award and finished third in Cy Young Award balloting.

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Ferndez became the first pitcher in the modern era to win his first 17 career home decisions, as well as go 24-1 in his first 25 home decisions. He was considered to be one of the top pitchers in the MLB at the time of his death.

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Ferndez was killed in a boating accident on September 25, 2016, in Miami Beach.[1]

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1       Early life
2       Professional career
2.1     Draft and minor leagues
2.2     Miami Marlins
2.2.1   2013 season: Rookie of the Year
2.2.2   2014 season
2.2.3   2015 season
2.2.4   2016 season
3       Pitching style
4       Personal life
4.1     Death
5       See also
6       References
7       External links

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Early life

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Jose Fernandez grew up in Santa Clara, Cuba. There, he lived on the same street as, and was friends with, future Major League Baseball (MLB) shortstop Aledmys Dz.[2] They played for the same youth baseball team, and Dz’s father and uncle encouraged Ferndez’s mother to bring him to the ballpark. Ferndez commented that had Dz’s uncle not been an influence early in his life, he would not have pursued a professional baseball career. As major leaguers, they faced each other for the first time professionally on July 28, 2016. In his first at-bat, Dz hit a home run off Ferndez.[3][4]

Ram Jimez, Fernandez’s stepfather, defected from Cuba in 2005, settling in Tampa, Florida. Ferndez attempted to defect unsuccessfully three times, with each failed defection attempt followed by a prison term. Fernandez, along with his mother and sister, defected in 2007. On that successful attempt, Joss mother fell overboard when the boat hit turbulent waters, and Joshad to dive into the water to save his mother’s life.[5]

Knowing Orlando Chinea, a coach who had trained some of Cuba’s top pitchers before he defected from Cuba, lived in the area, Jimez had his son train with Chinea.[6] He attended Braulio Alonso High School in Tampa, Florida.[7] Playing on the high school baseball team, Ferndez was part of the Florida Class 6A state champions in his sophomore and senior seasons.[8] Before his senior year in 2011, the Florida High School Athletic Association ruled that Ferndez was ineligible, as he entered the ninth grade while in Cuba in 2006 and had therefore exhausted his eligibility. The Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball (MLB) were prepared to sign Ferndez as an international free agent to a $1.3 million signing bonus. Fernandez won an appeal and was declared eligible for his senior year, ending Cincinnati’s pursuit.[9] As a senior, Ferndez pitched to a 13-1 win-loss record with a 2.35 earned run average (ERA) and 134 strikeouts. He also threw two no-hitters.[8]

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Marlins Pitcher Jose Fernandez Is Killed in a Boating Accident

By TYLER KEPNER and NIRAJ CHOKSHI

September 25, 2016

New York Times

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The Miami Marlins said on Sunday that Jose Fernandez, one of Major League Baseballs best pitchers, was killed in a boating accident in Miami Beach.

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The Miami Marlins organization is devastated by the tragic loss of JosFerndez. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very difficult time, the team said in a statement.

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Chief Petty Officer Nyxolyno Cangemi told The Associated Press that a Coast Guard patrol spotted an overturned boat at 3:30 a.m. on a jetty near Government Cut, Florida. The bodies were discovered a short time later.

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Fernandezs backstory was one from a baseball fairy tale. As a teenager, he was jailed for trying to defect from Cuba. He finally made it on his fourth attempt, at age 15 in 2008, and saved his mother from drowning when she fell overboard on their way to Mexico.

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He emerged as a baseball star at Braulio Alonso High School in Tampa, Fla., and was chosen 14th overall by the Marlins in the 2011 draft. He signed for $2 million and was in the majors by 2013. Fernandez had never pitched above Class A, but he made the All-Star team and was named National League Rookie of the Year.

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From Cuba With Heat
Marlins rookie pitcher Jose Fernandez on his journey from Cuban defector to MLB All-Star

by JORDAN RITTER CONN

JULY 16, 2013

Grantland

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jose-fernandez-journey-cuban-defector-mlb-all-star/

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In fact, Fernandez would probably still be in Cuba if not for a professional setback suffered by Jimenez. He was denied the opportunity to leave the country for a medical mission in Venezuela because the government deemed him a risk to defect. Until then, he says, we had no reason to ever want to leave Cuba, to ever even think about it. But that was a reminder. When youre there, its like youre in prison. I had to leave. So he would defect first, Jimenez planned, and then he would save enough money to have his children join him.

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Everyone in Cuba, Jimenez says, knows someone who knows someone who traffics defectors. If you want to escape, then you make a few calls, maybe hold a few meetings, pay somewhere between $500 and $10,000 (Fernandez says his defection cost about a grand), and the next thing you know, youre on your way to a boat. But thats the easy part. Most would-be defectors get caught, and generally, those are the lucky ones. Many Cubans refer to the stretch of water between Havana and Miami as the Caribbeans largest cemetery. If the current doesnt get you, then theres always the threat of a leaky boat, a soldiers bullet, or, in some cases, an aggressive shark.

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Jimenez took his chances. Thirteen times, he failed. Usually, their boat never made it into the water. His group would approach the beach and wait for their ride, but as soon as the boat arrived, one member of the group an undercover agent  would make a call. Police would arrive. If Jimenez and the others were lucky, they would go home. If not, theyd end up in jail.

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Eventually, however, Jimenez noticed a pattern. The undercover agent would typically wait until the defectors made their final call  the one coordinating the exact time of pickup  and then initiate the bust. That way, when the boat arrived, police could arrest all parties involved. If a group could keep their pickup time a secret, he thought, then they could escape before the police arrived. Jimenez changed his approach. Instead of waiting on dry land, he and his group spent hours sitting in the water. The undercover agent, if one was present, had no choice but to follow. Only now the defectors left a coconspirator back on the beach with a cell phone, which he used to coordinate the pickup. Their arrangements could no longer be overheard. No one knew when the boat would arrive  not Jimenez, not his fellow defectors, and not anyone from law enforcement who might have infiltrated the group. They stood in the sea, heads just above the water. They waited. When the boat arrived, they hopped aboard. If an agent were around, hed have no chance to call for help. By the time he returned to dry land to get his phone, the defectors would be gone.

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Once Jimenez made it to Florida, he settled in Tampa. First, he worked at the airport, washing cars. But soon enough he found a job in the medical field, and he saved enough money to begin sending for his family members. Jose was a teenager by then, just a few years away from being enlisted in Cubas compulsory military service. He was also a pitcher with a decent fastball, and the more he talked to Jimenez, the more he fantasized about life in the United States. By age 14, he and his mother decided to defect.

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Three times, they set off for Miami. Three times, they failed. Fernandez spent a few months in a Cuban prison, an attempted defector surrounded by murderers, a 14-year-old boy locked up with grown men. He doesnt ever want to think about the food again  I have no idea how I would even describe it in English, he says, but believe me, you dont want to know. He tries not to remember all those bodies cramped into so little space. And he doesnt let his mind dwell on the inmate killings. To them, their lives were already over, Fernandez says. What did it matter to them if they killed you? Thats just one more murder.

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After Fernandez was released from prison, at age 15 he and his mother planned another attempt. This time, instead of leaving from the north to Miami  for decades the expressway for Cuban defectors  they would travel south to the province of Sancti Spiritus and depart from a beach near the city of Trinidad. Instead of heading to the United States, they would arrive in Cancun. The alternate route was longer but more lightly policed. The seas were rougher, but there would be no threat of seeing lights from the Coast Guard. In Trinidad, Jose and his mother, Maritza, met his stepsister Yadenis and her mother, as well as eight other hopeful escapees.

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Along the northerly route to Miami, there will sometimes be dozens or even hundreds of potential defectors, all lurking by the beach and waiting for boats. But here in the south, Fernandezs group was alone. It was near midnight and the rain fell cool and steady and they scrambled for cover near the water until they found a cave. They dropped down inside and huddled together, their feet battered and bloody from the sharp rocks inside the cave. Nearby was a lighthouse, manned by police they assumed were watching for defectors. We thought, Theyll never suspect us here, Fernandez says. No one would be crazy enough to do this so close to the lookout. When the light beamed in their direction, they ducked. When it passed, they allowed themselves to stand.

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Dan Le Batard: Stars align for Miami Marlins Jose Fernandez

DAN LE BATARD

JULY 16, 2013 12:01 AM

Miami Herald

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He sat in a high school class and took the FCAT. Or tried. And failed. He didnt know any of the words, going through a dictionary one by one. Imagine taking a test that way.

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I didnt even know where to write my name, he said. I put my name in the wrong place.

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He asked a fellow student in Spanish for an eraser. The teacher reprimanded him for talking during a test. He knew so few English words, and only the bad ones, so he called her a bitch and got kicked out.

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She later fell in love with Jos assistant principal Frank Diaz says now. Everyone does, you know?

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Baseball was the bridge. Ferndez told the coaches he was pretty good in Cuba. Yeah, right, they sniffed; all the new kids say that. They put him in the least-impressive group to try out. He was insulted by that. But then he picked up a baseball … and so much of the confusion evaporated on the spot.

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His coachs reaction?

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Wow, Landy Faedo says now.

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Everything changed then. Before that, no one wanted to talk to me, Ferndez said. Then they saw me playing and everyone wanted to talk to me … and tried to speak Spanish. …Girls would come up to me. I dont like popular. I like low-key, humble. But popular is a lot better than lost.

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Next thing you know, at lunch, 20 and 30 kids were gathered around Fernandezs table, having learned how to play dominoes. Ferndez helped Tampa Alonso High School win two state championships.

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He was throwing 94 in the championship game as a sophomore, Faedo said. That was up from 84-86.

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The explanation for the increased velocity?

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He had more food here than there, the coach said. And he put on weight because he wasnt going everywhere by foot.

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Fernandezs is a uniquely Miami story, from rags to pitches, with an arm strong enough to pull back in even a scarred and betrayed fan base that keeps getting reasons to pull away. Humble and charismatic, with a childs enthusiasm for joy, he is the only Marlins representative at the All-Star Game tonight, talking through a smile in the kind of accent that surrounds his home ballpark in Little Havana, and with a similar immigrant story.

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Jose Fernandez’s Tommy John tale takes an unsettling turn

Jay Jaffe

Wednesday May 21st, 2014

Sports Illustrated

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To appreciate how strange things have gotten, it’s worth reviewing the events of the past two weeks. Fernandez left his May 9 start against the Padres after his velocity had taken an alarming dip over his final inning-plus of work. Initially, the Marlins believed that the falloff was attributable to an upset stomach, but an MRI taken in Los Angeles on May 12 under the care of Dodgers team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache revealed Fernandez’s ulnar collateral ligament sprain. The following day, he received a second opinion from team physician Lee Kaplan that confirmed everyone’s worst fears: His UCL was damaged enough to require the season-ending surgery. He went under the knife that Friday.

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Up to that point, the story is all too routine, but later that day, his attorney, Ralph Fernandez (no relation), took the unusual step of releasing a statement that traced the pitcher’s problem to his May 4 start against the Dodgers:

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Memorable moments from Jose Fernandez’s career (Videos)

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Major league debut

Benches clear after Fernandez’s first major league home run

“Did you catch that?”

First All-Star Game appearance

Reunited with his grandmother

Home run in first start back after Tommy John surgery

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“Reaction quickly poured in from around the game. Major League Baseball released a statement saying it was “stunned and devastated.”

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“He was one of our game’s great young stars who made a dramatic impact on and off the field since his debut in 2013,” MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, the Miami Marlins organization and all of the people he touched in his life.”

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The Marlins’ game Sunday at home against the Atlanta Braves has been canceled. The Braves, along with several other teams, quickly shared their condolences with the Marlins.

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“Hands down one of my favorite guys to watch pitch! He brought nothing but intensity and passion,” Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price said on Twitter early Sunday.

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Because the boat was on a jetty, the Coast Guard notified Miami-Dade police, which turned the investigation over to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

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Fernandez was on a 32-foot vessel that had a “severe impact” with a jetty, said FWC’s Lorenzo Veloz. The overturned boat remained in the water Sunday morning, its engine partially submerged as its nose pointed skyward, as debris from the crash was scattered over some of the large jagged rocks.

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“Jose was a remarkable young man and a tremendously gifted athlete, who, at just 24, established himself as one of the game’s biggest and brightest stars,” said Tony Clark, the executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jose’s family, friends, teammates, Miami Marlins organization and legions of fans in the United States and Latin America.”

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The Miami Dolphins said they would have a moment of silence before their game in nearby Miami Gardens on Sunday afternoon to remember Fernandez.

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City of Miami Fire-Rescue workers were seen carrying bodies, draped and on stretchers, at the Coast Guard station after sunrise Sunday. Officials later said they were taken to the medical examiner’s office. Two bodies were found under the vessel and a third was found on the jetty, said Capt. Leonel Reyes of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s Marine Services Bureau.

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The names of the other two individuals are being withheld pending notification of relatives, the Coast Guard said.

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“It does appear that speed was involved due to the impact and the severity of it,” said Veloz, the FWC spokesman. “It does appear to be that they were coming at full speed when they encountered the jetty, and the accident happened.”

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Marlins pitcher JosFerndez killed in boating accident at age of 24

Incident occurred in early hours of Sunday morning in Florida

Pitcher was one of best young players in MLB

Jose Fernandez was named NL rookie of the year in 2013

Richard Luscombe in Miami

Sunday 25 September 2016 09.42 EDT

The Guardian

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Baseball officials were quick to pay respects. All of baseball is shocked and saddened by the sudden and unexpected passing of Miami Marlins pitcher JosFerndez, the MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement. He was one of our games great young stars who made a dramatic impact on and off the field since his debut in 2013.

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Fans began to gather at Marlins Park on Sunday morning as news of the accident spread. Current and former players also paid tribute to Ferndez on Sunday. Hands down one of my favorite guys to watch pitch. He brought nothing but intensity and passion, the Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price said on Twitter.

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The former Marlins first baseman Gaby Sanchez described losing a remarkable player. Im still in shock, Sanchez said on Twitter. The world has lost a remarkable person. You will be missed and my heart goes out to the Ferndez family.

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