MVP of Yesterday (4/22/2014) is… Jose Fernandez

There was a time, a time before today. When the starting pitcher reigned supreme. When people believed everything they read on Twitter. This was an age when only aces were allowed to strike out 14 while giving up just three hits. And in Miami, one pitcher was more ace then the rest. His name was Jose Fernandez. He was like a god walking amongst mere mortals. He had a fastball that could make a wolverine purr and breaking pitches so fine they made Sinatra look like a hobo. In other words, Jose Fernandez was the balls.

 

(Standings after the jump)

Standings:

Giancarlo Stanton: 3

Scott Van Slyke: 1

Dee Gordon: 1

Seth Smith: 1

Alejandro De Aza: 1

Freddie Freeman: 1

Mark Buehrle: 1

Chris Colabello: 1

Charlie Blackmon: 1

Nolan Arenado: 1

Yu Darvish: 1

Troy Tulowitzki: 1

Ryan Braun: 1

Ervin Santana: 1

Justin Upton: 1

Andrew Cashner: 1

Kyle Lohse: 1

Dan Uggla: 1

Johnny Cueto: 1

Jon Lester: 1

Henderson Alvarez: 1

Ryan Howard: 1

Cliff Lee: 1

Jose Fernandez: 1

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  1. Pingback: MVP of Yesterday for April 29, 2014: Jose Fernandez | The Baseball Continuum

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