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1dJayson Stark

Tragic loss of Jose Fernandez leaves us wondering what might have been

Jose Fernandez had a huge impact both on and off the field in his 24 years. Imagine what he would have accomplished if he had had more time.

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Fernandez's death felt throughout baseball (2:02)
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5hSarah Langs

The flawed AL wild-card race

The Blue Jays look comfortable in their wild-card spot, but the other AL wild-card contenders have issues. Here's a look at what those problems are.

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Vin Scully shares his most embarrassing story to Le Batard (2:01)
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Vote: Cubs Confidence Meter

It's the final week of the regular season and Cubs confidence is high. Is October glory ahead, or is another heartbreak inevitable? Vote now!

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Amazing night for David Ross (2:06)
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Vin Scully calls Gibson's heroic home run (0:33)
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5hEno Sarris

Spin rates: How they're useful and the numbers that matter

The term spin rate, which measures the revolutions per minute on a particular pitch, is becoming part of the baseball vernacular, but it's important to know what numbers matter and which don't.

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Fake tag on Harper ignites tempers of Nats and Pirates (1:04)
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1dJorge Morejón

Miami está de luto por la muerte de su ídolo

A juicio de Jorge Morejón, la muerte de José Fernández duele y mucho. En primer lugar, porque se trataba de un joven saludable y feliz, carismático como pocos, sonriente y afable, pero al mismo tiempo un fiero competidor.

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Perez gets emotional remembering Fernandez (2:20)
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12hWallace Matthews

For Yankees, end of season can't come soon enough

After playing themselves into postseason contention earlier this month, the Yankees can't buy a win, with Sunday's walk-off loss the latest example.

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Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Luis Marrero, a member of the "Jose's Heroes" fan club, inscribed a black arm band on his Jose Fernandez T-shirt in honor of his favorite player.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Plenty of flowers are left outside Marlins Park by fans following the passing of pitcher Jose Fernandez.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Pitcher Jose Fernandez is still being honored on the scoreboard outside Marlins Park. The team will wear his No. 16 jerseys tonight against the Mets.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Fox has picked up Saturday's Mets game in Philadelphia. It is now a 1:05 p.m. ET start at Citizens Bank Park rather than a night game.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

A memorial with flowers and remembrances is now growing outside Marlins Park in memory of Jose Fernandez.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The lineup screens at Marlins Park all read the same before tonight's game.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

A steady stream of fans kept a vigil at the Jose Fernandez tribute outside Marlins Park six hours before tonight's game against the Mets.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Marlins players will wear No. 16 jerseys tonight against the Mets to pay their respects to pitcher Jose Fernandez.

Derek Carty

It's a tough DFS slate, with no elite offenses and all the aces facing non-ideal matchups. Derek Carty explains how to win facing those challenges. Creative picks for a tough daily fantasy slate

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Ross powers Cubs past Cardinals

In his final regular-season home game, C David Ross smacks a solo home run to help the Cubs win 3-1 over the Cardinals.

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