Jose Fernandez Looks Big-Time in His Big-League Debut

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Jose Fernandez Looks Big-Time in His Big-League Debut
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NEW YORK -- A bouncing hit over the third-base bag Sunday by Mets reclamation project Marlon Byrd sent the Marlins home to Miami at 1-5 to face an opening day crowd that's expected to be less than a sellout to start their second season at lovely Marlins Park. But all is not headed south for Miami. A 20-year-old wunderkind named Jose Fernandez provided a five-inning glimpse of the possibilities of the future.

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