[Above] Jose Fernandez married high school sweetheart Alejandra Baleato Marichal and divorced her when he signed his first contract.

Jose Fernandez, Emilio Macias and Eddy Rivero autopsies reveal they were boozed up. Two of the men had cocaine in their blood streams. None wore their life jackets.


Before joining MLB Jose Fernandez had already married and divorced his high school sweetheart…

Extraordinarily beautiful Alejandra Baleato Marichal from Uruguay was Jose Fernandez’ High School sweetheart and the only woman he actually ‘legally’ married. [Photo publicly posted on Facebook].

Fernandez Marriage to Alejandra Baleato Marichal by Syndicated News SNN.BZ on Scribd

Fernandez Death Certificate by Syndicated News SNN.BZ on Scribd

First images filmed immediately after boat crash where you can see body under the boat

JOSE FERNANDEZ, Emilio Macias, Eddy Rivero AUTOPSY REPORTS by Syndicated News SNN.BZ on Scribd


Tab C – Incident Report by Syndicated News SNN.BZ on Scribd

Jose Fernandez broke up with Carla Mendoza after a three year relationship. They were engaged to be married but his manager insisted they not marry until “after” Jose sign a 2 year deal at the very least. In spite of modern society, to a Hispanic woman, living together and a possible pregnancy out of wedlock is still an unacceptable reality for most Latin families.  Carla Mendoza’s very charitable public statement on Instagram was…

“Nothing will make this time easy for anyone and if you do one thing today, let it be that you tell those close to you how much you love them, Not one day will pass by that I don’t think about him or love him. My heart goes out to Maria Arias – who is expecting his child.”

 

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Though the couple kept their relationship quiet, the Marlins organization found out about it and Carla Mendoza (left) was fired because cheerleaders are not supposed to date players

 

Jose and his fiance fought bitterly about marriage. Half the family sides with his first girlfriend of 3 years and very few side with the current situation.  This photo is “allegedly” of Maria Arias who “slid in” to first base with the Cuban pitcher. Jose’s manager was completely against marriage between Jose and his girlfriend of 3 years and Maria Arias got pregnant in 2 weeks. Believe it or not – those things really happen!

 

By Ruthie DiTucci

The engaged couple of Jose Fernandez and Carla Mendoza fought bitterly because Jose’s manager forbade marriage until “after” Jose scored at the very least, a 2 year contract.

Thanks to the details to one of our faithful SNN.BZ readers from Miami, Florida who threw shade on this story immediately. Story confirmed by reliable source.

First Responders found two bodies floating on the water and one submerged at the pier base.

What this story becomes however is less about sports and more about family matters.

A woman who is pregnant from a sports celebrity is completely vulnerable until that ring goes on her finger. And imagine what a heartbreak it must be to be in love with a celebrity who suddenly passes away.

The new girlfriend, whom he was not engaged to was pregnant within 2 weeks. If there are other women out there with a pregnancy from a celebrity, contact us at [email protected] and we will help you find a family law attorney to help you protect your baby’s rights.

Don’t think that because you haven’t been seen with a high profile man in public, that our claim has any less value.  Your baby is entitled to his or her father’s benefits. We know many attorneys that would love to represent your unborn baby’s rights.

Within weeks of Jose ending the engagement with his fiance and girlfriend of 3 years he met Maria Arias who was pregnant just 2 weeks later. She is the daughter of Orlando A. Sanfiel and Maria Lauzardo. Her parents also hail from Cuba.

Maria Arias, left, her father Orlando Sanfiel, and her sister Jessie who’s married to Jose’s best friend (via Facebook)

Miami Marlins star Jose Fernandez, one of the most dominant pitchers in Major League Baseball and a hero to Miami’s Cuban community, was killed in a boating crash early on Sunday in Florida, the U.S. Coast Guard said. He was 24 years old.

Fernandez, who as a teenager survived harrowing conditions at sea as he fled Cuba to start a new life in the United States, was one of three men killed when a 32-foot boat collided with a rocky jetty off Miami Beach, the Coast Guard said. The other two men on the boat with Jose Fernandez were Emilio Macias and Eddy Rivero.

A GoFundMe site has been set up for Emilio Macias funeral expenses and another GoFundMe  site has been set up for Eduardo Rivero’s funeral expenses.

A Coast Guard Cutter found the boat around 3:30 a.m. Sunday. Miami-Dade police divers found two bodies under the boat, submerged in water washing over the jetty. A third body was found on the ocean floor nearby by about 4:15 or 4:30 a.m., according to Fire Rescue Capt. Leonel Reyes.

By daylight, the devastating scene was surreal as the boat lay overturned and crumbled along the rocks.

Jose Fernandez’s team, which drafted the pitcher in the first round of the 2011 draft, canceled its Sunday home game against the Atlanta Braves but dozens of mourners still gathered at a makeshift memorial set up for Fernandez near the entrance to Marlins Park.

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Jose Fernandez and Carla Mendoza whom he would not marry on the advice of his manager who urged him to sign at least a 2 year deal before even considering marriage.

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Jose Fernandez and Carla Mendoza whom he would not marry on the advice of his manager who urged him to sign at least a 2 year deal before even considering marriage. The couple were an item for 3 years.

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Many wore his No. 16 jersey and brought flowers, teddy bears and pictures of themselves with the All Star pitcher.

“He was one of our game’s young stars who made a dramatic impact on and off the field,” Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement.

 

Emergency crews responded to reports of a boat overturned on a jetty near the Government Cut shipping channel and South Pointe Park at about 3:30 a.m. (0730 GMT), the Coast Guard said.

“It does appear that speed was involved due to the impact and the severity of it,” said Lorenzo Veloz, spokesman for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission when giving a description of the accident.

None of the three men were found with life jackets and Jose wasn’t behind the wheel during the crash. The ownership of the boat is in question, as Lorenzo reportedly said Jose didn’t own the boat. Yet the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said in a statement to the press that the boat was registered under Jose’s name.

Fernandez, who was born and raised in Cuba, tried three time to defect to the United States before arriving in the country at age 15 with his mother.

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Cuba’s state-controlled media made no mention of Fernandez’s death on Sunday, a standard practice for those who left the island-nation surreptitiously, even though its communist government restored diplomatic relations with the United States last year.

Tony Diaz, a spokesman for the Cuban Baseball Federation, said the pitcher’s death was “a big loss for global baseball. An already famous youth, he had a promising future.”

The right-hander, who made his major league debut in April 2013, was a two-time All-Star selection and won the National League Rookie of the Year Award.

Fernandez compiled a 16-8 record this season for the Marlins and was second in strikeouts in the National League. Known for his overpowering fastball, he had already had a franchise season record for strikeouts with 253 this season, and his 12.49 strikeouts per nine innings was the best in both the National and American leagues, according to the MLB.com.

At least two fellow Cuban-born baseball players, Yasiel Puig of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Yoenis Cespedes of the New York Mets, paid tribute to Fernandez by hanging his team jersey in their dugouts before Sunday games.

Cuba’s state-controlled media made no mention of Fernandez’s death on Sunday, a standard practice for those who left the island-nation surreptitiously, even though its communist government restored diplomatic relations with the United States last year.

Tony Diaz, a spokesman for the Cuban Baseball Federation, said the pitcher’s death was “a big loss for global baseball. An already famous youth, he had a promising future.”

The right-hander, who made his major league debut in April 2013, was a two-time All-Star selection and won the National League Rookie of the Year Award.

Fernandez compiled a 16-8 record this season for the Marlins and was second in strikeouts in the National League. Known for his overpowering fastball, he had already had a franchise season record for strikeouts with 253 this season, and his 12.49 strikeouts per nine innings was the best in both the National and American leagues, according to the MLB.com.

At least two fellow Cuban-born baseball players, Yasiel Puig of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Yoenis Cespedes of the New York Mets, paid tribute to Fernandez by hanging his team jersey in their dugouts before Sunday games.

Fernandez, with his good looks and on-field charisma, was in many ways a hero to Miami’s sprawling Cuban community.

“His story was our story,” said Miguel Garay, 78, who came to Miami from Cuba’s Pinar del Rio. “There’s such a great tradition of baseball in Cuba and he embodied it better than anyone.”

Havana-born Rene Nodarse, 55, said Fernandez stood out from other Cuban baseball players in Major League Baseball because of his clean-cut image. “He had so much passion and joy,” he said. “Today it feels like our whole community has died.”

The bodies of Fernandez and the other two men, who were between the ages of 24 and 27, were found on and underneath the boat, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Lorenzo Veloz said at a news conference. The agency is investigating the cause of the incident.

The speed at which the boat was traveling was believed to have played a role in the crash but alcohol and drugs were not considered to be a factor, Veloz said.

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Fernando kissing his grandmother

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The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

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The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez's Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez's Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez's Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez's Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

The tragic scene of Jose Fernandez’s Boat Crash (REX/Shutterstock)

 

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Maria Arias

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Jose Fernandez with his grandmother on the left and his mom on the right

Though the couple kept their relationship quiet, the Marlins organization found out about it and Mendoza (left) was fired because cheerleaders are not supposed to date players.

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  • LOS

    very sad 🙁