(via @yasielpuig) My friend, my brother. You know how much I loved you. I have no words. My heart is with your family and the other victims' families. My heart is broken. God bless you 😔😢 Hermano te voy a extraño mucho me acuerdo cuando hace solo una semana atrás estamos juntos y ahora te me fuiste está noticia me tiene destrozado todavía no lo puedo creer gracias por tu amistad y todos los consejos dios te guarde en la gloria porque en realidad lo mereces
(via @lancemccullers43) RIP my brother... I am absolutely heartbroken, I don't think I ever saw you.. in the years we trained together or played together.. without that smile, I will forever miss the days we would convince Orlando that it was too cold outside to train for baseball so we would go play soccer and then chop down trees and race to see who could get their tree down first, the days were there we no cameras, money, fame and we would work our ass off for hours a day while talking about what it would be like IF one day, just MAYBE we both made it to the @mlb and what it could be like.... I will forever miss beating you at ping pong in your moms garage and the way you lived life and how you loved those important to you.... the memories will never fade and one day I will see you again, I truly believe that, then we can talk all about everything we didn't get the chance to. #RIPJose
Today our thoughts are with the @marlins and the entire #FishFamily. Rest In Peace. #regram @mlb Official statement: On behalf of Hal Steinbrenner and the New York Yankees, we offer our deepest condolences to Jose Fernandez’s family and loved ones, and to the entire Miami Marlins organization he so joyfully and proudly represented.
I'm still waiting to wake up from this nightmare. I lost my brother today and can't quite comprehend it. The shock is overwhelming. What he meant to me , our team, the city of Miami, Cuba & everyone else in the world that his enthusiasm/heart has touched can never be replaced. I can't fathom what his family is going through because We, as his extended Family are a wreck. I gave him the nickname Niño because he was just a young boy Amongst men , yet those men could barely compete with him . He had his own level, one that was changing the game. EXTRAORDINARY, as a person before the player. Yet still just a kid, who's joy lit up the stadium more than lights could. A kid whose time came too soon. One that I will miss & never forget. Rest In Peace Niño, Jose Fernandez 🙏🏽
I am devastated by the news of the loss of my Bro Jose Fernandez this morning. He was a great light, full of talent and charisma, and made all of us here in Miami so proud. My heart goes out to his family. Thank you for vertiginoso you hace us. I'm gonna miss you !!!! Estoy devastado por la noticia de la pérdida de un amigo casi un hermano José Fernández. Un muchacho lleno de luz y carisma y sobre todo un orgullo cubano!! Mis condolencias a sus familiares y amigos. Gracias por todo lo que nos regalaste mi brother. Se te va a extrañar. #josefernandez @marlins