José Fernández‘s death left the baseball world a bit colder this week, as fans and players remembered a young man whose joy and passion for the game were unparalleled.
The only thing, perhaps, that could measure up to Fernández‘s personality was his talent.
Baseball didn’t just lose an incredible human. It lost an ace, one that would have dominated for years to come.
So, in the wake of Fernández’s death and as the 2016 season comes to a close, many are asking the same question: Could Fernández — the 2013 Rookie of the Year and a two-time All-Star — be the first player in history to win the Cy Young Award posthumously? Read more…