|May 16 3:47 PM PT4:47 PM MT5:47 PM CT6:47 PM ET18:47 ET22:47 GMT6:47 3:47 PM MST5:47 PM EST6:17 PM VEN2:47 UAE (+1)5:47 PM CT-Fernandez has undergone Tommy John elbow ligament replacement surgery as previously planned, ending the reigning NL Rookie of the Year's season.
Analysis: The Marlins said before playing at the San Francisco Giants on Friday night that Fernandez would return to Miami immediately to begin his rehabilitation program. Fernandez had the surgery in Los Angeles. Typical recovery time is 12 to 18 months. The 21-year-old Fernandez was put on the disabled list earlier this week, becoming the latest in a string of major league pitchers this year who have needed Tommy John surgery.
|May 12 5:43 PM PT6:43 PM MT7:43 PM CT8:43 PM ET20:43 ET0:43 GMT8:43 5:43 PM MST7:43 PM EST8:13 PM VEN4:43 UAE (+1)7:43 PM CT-Fernandez has a significant tear in his right elbow and the team doctor is recommending that he have Tommy John surgery.
Analysis: The 21-year-old Fernandez was put on the 15-day disabled list Monday. Last season's NL Rookie of the Year was examined Tuesday by Marlins team physician Lee Kaplan in Florida. The Marlins said Fernandez is visiting with his family to talk about his options.
|May 10 1:35 PM PT2:35 PM MT3:35 PM CT4:35 PM ET16:35 ET20:35 GMT4:35 1:35 PM MST3:35 PM EST4:05 PM VEN0:35 UAE (+1)3:35 PM CT-Fernandez was uncharacteristically knocked around in Friday's 10-1 loss at San Diego.
Analysis: Fernandez saw his ERA rise to 2.44 after yielding six runs - five earned - over five-plus innings.
|May 5 2:32 PM PT3:32 PM MT4:32 PM CT5:32 PM ET17:32 ET21:32 GMT5:32 2:32 PM MST4:32 PM EST5:02 PM VEN1:32 UAE (+1)4:32 PM CT-Fernandez says he's fine and won't miss a turn after being hit by a batted ball.
Analysis: Fernandez was struck on the inside of the left thigh during Sunday's 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. On Monday, he was selected as the National League Pitcher of the Month. The 21-year-old right-hander was hit by a one-hopper off the bat of Dee Gordon. Fernandez remained in the game and pitched seven innings, and got a no-decision. Fernandez said he had a painful bruise, but that he was feeling better.
|May 5 11:00 AM PT12:00 PM MT1:00 PM CT2:00 PM ET14:00 ET18:00 GMT2:00 11:00 AM MST1:00 PM EST1:30 PM VEN22:00 UAE1:00 PM CT-Fernandez struck out 10 over seven innings in Sunday's 5-4 walkoff win over the Dodgers.
Analysis: Fernandez yielded three runs - two earned - and five hits. He also issued four walks for the second time this season. Fernandez has never lost at home, going 12-0 with a 1.09 ERA over 20 starts dating to last year's rookie season.
|Apr. 30 2:08 PM PT3:08 PM MT4:08 PM CT5:08 PM ET17:08 ET21:08 GMT5:08 2:08 PM MST4:08 PM EST4:38 PM VEN1:08 UAE (+1)4:08 PM CT-Fernandez recorded his fourth win of the season in his second straight scoreless outing Tuesday against Atlanta.
Analysis: Fernandez continues to be mostly untouchable, yielding just two hits while striking out eight. His 0.83 WHIP was the fifth-best in baseball entering Wednesday's action.
|Apr. 23 4:02 PM PT5:02 PM MT6:02 PM CT7:02 PM ET19:02 ET23:02 GMT7:02 4:02 PM MST6:02 PM EST6:32 PM VEN3:02 UAE (+1)6:02 PM CT-Fernandez improved to 3-1 on Tuesday against Atlanta.
Analysis: Fernandez matched his career best with 14 strikeouts over eight shutout innings of three-hit ball. His 47 strikeouts in 31 2-3 innings were the most in baseball entering Wednesday's action.
|Apr. 12 11:26 AM PT12:26 PM MT1:26 PM CT2:26 PM ET14:26 ET18:26 GMT2:26 11:26 AM MST1:26 PM EST1:56 PM VEN22:26 UAE1:26 PM CT-The Philadelphia Phillies knocked around Jose Fernandez in one of his worst major league starts, beating the Miami Marlins 6-3 on Friday night to snap a four-game skid.
Analysis: Philadelphia chased Fernandez (2-1, 3.78 ERA) with three runs in the fifth en route to its first home win of the season. Last season's NL Rookie of the Year was tagged for eight hits and a career-worst six earned runs in four-plus innings. The right-hander walked four, matching a career high, and struck out six. He gave up only one run over 18 innings in three appearances against Philadelphia last season.
|Apr. 6 10:57 AM PT11:57 AM MT12:57 PM CT1:57 PM ET13:57 ET17:57 GMT1:57 10:57 AM MST12:57 PM EST1:27 PM VEN21:57 UAE12:57 PM CT-Fernandez struck out eight in 6 2-3 innings while lowering his ERA to 0.71, and the Miami Marlins won again Saturday, beating the punchless San Diego Padres 5-0.
Analysis: Fernandez (2-0) improved his career record at home to 11-0 even though he was at less than his best. He allowed his first two walks of the season back to back. His foot slipped on a delivery, and the pitch bounced several feet in front of the plate. One frustrating inning ended with the Marlins' ace shaking his head and screaming angrily into his glove. But Fernandez allowed only three hits, walked two and struck out eight. Three relievers followed to complete a five-hitter.
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