Jose Fernandez SP MIA 3 Days

Jose Fernandez allowed three runs (none earned) in seven innings, taking home the no decision as the Marlins lost to the Nationals on Wednesday.

Fernandez allowed four hits, walked none, and struck out 10. The only blemish came on Jayson Werth's game-tying three-run home run in the sixth inning, which was set up by catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia's throwing error. As all three runs were unearned, Fernandez lowered his ERA to 2.66. He now has 33 strikeouts in 23 2/3 innings. Fernandez will face the Braves in his next start.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 8 Days

Jose Fernandez was knocked around for a career-high six earned runs over four-plus innings in a loss to the Phillies on Friday.

Fernandez entered Friday's outing with a streak of 20 straight starts with three runs or fewer allowed, but he just didn't have it Friday. He gave up eight hits and four walks before getting pulled in the fifth inning. The only bright spot was a stretch where he struck out six consecutive batters. He'll attempt to dust himself off and bounce back next week against the Nationals.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 11 Days

Jose Fernandez will make his next start Friday against the Phillies.

Because of Monday's scheduled off-day, the Marlins had the option of using Fernandez on regular rest for Thursday's series finale against the Nationals, but they aren't making any changes to their rotation. Now all of Mike Redmond's starters will get an extra day of rest.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 19 Days

Jose Fernandez limited the Rockies to one run in six innings and struck out nine to win on Monday.

Fernandez was a strike-throwing machine tonight, and only one outstanding swing from Carlos Gonzalez kept him from going six or maybe seven scoreless -- if he had thrown a few less pitches in the sixth, he might have been allowed to work the seventh. As it were, he was done after 94.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 25 Days

Jose Fernandez was charged with five runs -- four earned -- in 4 2/3 innings Tuesday against the Cardinals.

Fernandez got off to a really rough start, allowing three runs in the first. He ended up surrendering nine hits, but only one -- a Daniel Descalso triple -- went for extra bases. He probably won't have many days like this during the regular season. Fernandez's Opening Day start will come against the Rockies.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 1 Month

Jose Fernandez struck out eight while allowing three runs over six innings Thursday in the Marlins' 4-2 win over the Cardinals.

All three runs came in the fifth. Fernandez, the Marlins' Opening Day starter, has struck out 16 while allowing four runs in 15 2/3 innings this spring.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 1 Month

Jose Fernandez allowed one run in 4 1/3 innings Saturday in a no-decision against the Nationals.

Fernandez limited the damage, but he wasn't at his best today. He walked four, and he didn't get a single out on the ground. The run was the first he's allowed in 9 2/3 innings this spring.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 2 Months

Jose Fernandez started and threw 3 1/3 innings of shutout ball as the Marlins defeated a Mets split-squad 5-2 on Wednesday.

The Marlins decided against going slowly with Fernandez this spring; he's up to 5 1/3 scoreless innings after two starts.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 2 Months

Marlins manager Mike Redmond on Sunday named Jose Fernandez his Opening Day starter.

It was obviously a formality. The studly young right-hander took home National League Rookie of the Year honors last season after posting a 2.19 ERA with 187 strikeouts over 172 2/3 innings. Fernandez has set a goal of a 1.95 ERA for the 2014 campaign.

Jose Fernandez SP MIA 2 Months

Jose Fernandez pitched a couple of scoreless innings, striking out two, versus the Cardinals on Friday.

Fernandez, beginning his quest for the sub-2.00 ERA, allowed a pair of singles and walked no one in his spring debut.