May 9, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Fernandez (16) reacts after giving up a grand slam to San Diego Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko (back) during the sixth inning at Petco Park. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Marlins Way: Reactions to Jose Fernandez's Injury

On Monday, the baseball universe received one of the worst bits of news it will get in the 2014 MLB season: The 2013 NL Rookie of the Year Award winner, Jose Fernandez, hit the DL with an elbow injury. The thought around baseball is that Fernandez is very likely headed toward the dreaded Tommy John Surgery.

When a player the caliber of Jose Fernandez goes down, the rest of the baseball world takes notice, as he is a treat to watch not only for Marlins fans, but all baseball fans. Here are some of the reactions from around the web on Jose Fernandez’s injury:

Marlins expect Jose Fernandez to have season-ending elbow surgery | Yahoo! Sports

Not another one. Not this one. Not Jose Fernandez, the best young pitcher in Major League Baseball. Juan C. Rodriguez of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports the Miami Marlins’ worst fears have been realized: Right-hander Jose Fernandez has a torn elbow ligament, and they expect him to have Tommy John surgery to fix the damage. Recovery time is typically a year.

Marlins Send Jose Fernandez to DL, Diagnosed with Sprained Elbow | Bleacher Report

The Miami Marlins got quite the shock on Monday. Jose Fernandez was sent to Los Angeles for an MRI to check his elbow. According to Ken Rosenthal of MLB Network, the diagnosis was a sprained elbow. That diagnosis specifically points to UCL involvement. The UCL is the ligament replaced in Tommy John surgery.

With or without Fernandez, Marlins’ expectations high | Marlins News

News of Jose Fernandez’s elbow injury has rocked the clubhouse. The organization, naturally, is hoping for the best but fearing the worst.

Elbow injury epidemic strikes phenom Fernandez | MLB News

Oh, brother. Another No. 1 is biting the dust. This time it’s the Marlins’ Jose Fernandez, who in 2013 crossed the Stephen Strasburg line to become baseball’s best young pitcher. The kid from Cuba who was so consistently electric in his Rookie of the Year season is headed to the disabled list and possibly to the surgeon’s table.

Jose Fernandez elbow condition said to be ‘worrisome’ | CBS Sports

Marlins young superstar pitcher Jose Fernandez was placed on the disabled list with what was described as an elbow “sprain,” and sources close to the team suggest the injury is “worrisome.”

Hope we see more Jose Fernandez in 2014 | ESPN

There isn’t much to say here: Jose Fernandez is headed to the disabled list with a sprained elbow. It’s bad news, potentially devastating news if an MRI reveals an even more severe injury in the elbow.

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UPDATE: Jose Fernandez headed to 15-day DL after MRI

Multiple sources are reporting that early-season Cy Young award candidate and Miami Marlins saving grace Jose Fernandez is headed to the disabled list following an MRI in Los Angeles.

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The Miami Marlins lost ace Jose Fernandez to an elbow injury on Monday, and the fear around the team is that Fernandez could beheaded for Tommy John surgery.


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