The tragic death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez has shaken the entire sports world to its core. That’s especially true in Miami, where Fernandez not only displayed his remarkable talents, but lit up the city with his child-like enthusiasm and infectious smile.
At only 24 years old, Fernandez leaves behind a legacy that touched and inspired so many people. That’s why the Miami community has banded together, led by other sports teams, to honor his memory.
The Miami Dolphins were the first, holding a moment of silence just hours after Fernandez’s tragic boating accident and moments before their home opener last Sunday. Now, the Miiami Hurricanes football has joined, announcing they will be wearing a special helmet sticker that reads “JF 16” for Fernandez during Saturday’s game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
It’s a terrific gesture that further illustrates whatRead More »from Miami Hurricanes football team to honor Jose Fernandez