He was often seen posting tweets about the adorable kids he met and greeted, in an attempt to bring awareness and to get fans involved with causes such as Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
His teammates not only think of Fernandez as a solid player, but rather a star that could’ve been a Hall of Famer.
The greatest pitches arguably, in Marlins history also had a knack for other types of sports. Well, if you consider fishing a sport. He spent his summer big game along with his crew, finishing and enjoying life.
Fernandez was a pitcher with a great heart. He supported several charities in the hopes of improving the lives of anyone around him. He participated in ALS charities quite often.