Lawyer Claims José Fernández Was Framed, Was Not Behind The Wheel During Fatal Boat Crash

Last February, the families of Eduardo Rivero and Emilio Jesus Macias, the two men who died in a boat crash alongside Marlins ace José Fernández, filed suit against the Fernández estate, each seeking $2 million in damages. Autopsy results showed that Fernández had a BAC of .147 as well as cocaine in his system at the…

Investigators: José Fernández Was Intoxicated And Driving Boat At Top Speed In Fatal Crash

José Fernández was the operator of the boat that crashed into a jetty in the early hours of September 25, 2016, killing him and two friends, Eduardo Rivero and Emilio Macias instantly, according to the investigation report released this morning by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The full report…

Mets Broadcasters Break Down On Air While Remembering José Fernández

The Marlins are playing their first game since José Fernández died in a boating crash over the weekend, and it’s been an incredibly emotional affair. The whole team is wearing Fernández’s number 16 jersey and both teams paid tribute to him before the game. Dee Gordon’s leadoff dinger provided an incredible moment of…

Eduardo Pérez's José Fernández Remembrance Was Incredible

If you’re waking up today to the news that José Fernández is dead, and perhaps don’t quite understand how influential the Marlins pitcher and Cuban refugee was to people in Miami and to baseball fans around the world, you need to watch ESPN analyst Eduardo Pérez’s appearance on the network this morning, as he’ll make…