Jose Fernandez was Operating Boat During Fatal Crash
The Florida Wildlife Commission concluded its investigation in to the death of Jose Fernandez and his friends and determined the Marlins pitcher was operating the boat.
Remembering Jose Fernandez
He lived the best and worst of Cuba and the best and worst of America.
Jose Fernandez and Friends Had "Strong Odor of Alcohol" When Rescue Divers Found Them
Investigators still don't know who was piloting the boat.
Losing, Loss, And Jose Fernandez: David Roth's Weak In Review
Jose Fernandez's death was a terrible loss for his game and his team. What came after was sad, but also a necessary start on a long journey.
Someone Stole Jose Fernandez's High School Jersey from a Candlelight Vigil [UPDATE]
People are the worst.
More Details Emerge of Night Jose Fernandez Was Killed
Texts between one of the men on the boat and another friend show there was concern for Fernandez.
The Marlins first Game after Jose Fernandez's Death was Strange, Sad, and a Little Bit Normal, Too
There was a lot to digest during the game in which the Marlins paid tribute to Jose Fernandez, some of it was very sad, and some of it was just baseball.
Dee Gordon Honors Jose Fernandez in First AB, Hits Home Run, Breaks Down After Crossing Homeplate
This is simply an unbelievable moment.
Marlins to Wear Jose Fernandez No. 16 Jerseys Against Mets Tonight
The Miami Marlins will pay tribute to Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park tonight by wearing his uniform number.
Jose Fernandez's Death Takes Mark Shapiro Back to 1993
Shapiro was with Cleveland when Indians pitchers Tim Crews and Steve Olin died in a boating accident in 1993. The Blue Jays' president, and shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, spoke about the death of Jose Fernandez, the Marlins' 24-year-old ace.
The Sports World Reacts to the Tragic Death of Miami Marlins' José Fernández
The sports world was devastated by the loss of the bright, 24-year-old Cuban star, who exuded a child-like joy both on and off the mound.
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Marlins Pitcher Jose Fernandez Killed in Boating Accident
Jose Fernandez, Miami's young, ebullient ace, was 24 years old.