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  1. Grieving Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez

  2. Members of the Miami Marlins accumulate around the hill to respect fallen partner beginning pitcher Jose Fernandez preceding the amusement against the New York Mets at Marlins Park. Fernandez, a standout amongst the most overwhelming pitchers in Major League Baseball and a legend to Miami's Cuban people group, was killed in a drifting accident from the get-go Sunday in Florida, the U.S. Coast Guard said. He was 24 years of age. Obligatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

  3. Miami Marlins beginning pitcher Tom Koehler (C) wipes tears away in the wake of welcome all the New York Mets players at the pitchers hill out of appreciation for Jose Fernandez. Obligatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

  4. Fans hold signs to respect Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park. Obligatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

  5. New York Mets players watch the service regarding Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park. Obligatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

  6. Miami Marlins players wear number 16 on their shirts in honor Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park. Required Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

  7. Members of the New York Mets and Miami Marlins meet midfield to grasp in embraces preceding the amusement at Marlins Park. Compulsory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

  8. Washington Nationals players watch a snapshot of quiet for Jose Fernandez before the diversion against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Nationals Park. Obligatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

  9. Miami Marlins fans look on from past the outfield wall at Marlins Park. Required Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

  10. Fans talk as they grieve the passing of Jose Fernandez in Miami. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity

  11. A ball cap and glove is left on the pitchers hill at Marlins Park to respect Jose Fernandez. Required Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY

  12. The Miami Marlins put the number 16 on the back of the pitchers hill in a commemoration for Jose Fernandez. Required Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

  13. Investigators look over the toppled watercraft on a wharf in which Jose Fernandez was killed in Miami Beach, Florida. Fernandez, who as a youngster survived nerve racking conditions adrift as he fled Cuba to begin another life in the United States, was one of three men slaughtered when a 32-foot watercraft crashed into a rough pier off Miami Beach, the Coast Guard said. SunSentinel/Joe Cavaretta through Reuters

  14. Miami Marlins director Don Mattingly responds at a question and answer session declaring the demise of Jose Fernandez. The group, which drafted the pitcher in the first round of the 2011 draft, scratched off its Sunday home diversion against the Atlanta Braves yet many grievers still accumulated at an alternative remembrance set up for Fernandez close to the passage to Marlins Park. Compulsory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

  15. Wrigley Field in Chicago holds a snapshot of hush for Jose Fernandez earlier the amusement between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. Fernandez, who was brought up in Cuba, attempted three time to abandon to the United States before touching base in the nation at age 15 with his mom. Compulsory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

  16. Miami Marlins chief Don Mattingly responds at the question and answer session declaring the passing of Jose Fernandez as pitcher Mike Dunn holds the pullover of Fernandez. The privilege hander, who made his significant association debut in April 2013, was a two-time All-Star determination and won the National League Rookie of the Year Award. Obligatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

  17. New York Mets director Terry Collins looks on as left defender Yoenis Cespedes hangs a pullover in the hole to respect the memory of Jose Fernandez at Citi Field in New York City. No less than two kindred Cuban-conceived baseball players, Yasiel Puig of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Yoenis Cespedes of the New York Mets, paid tribute to Fernandez by hanging his group pullover in their holes before Sunday games.

  18. Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon looks on while wearing a shirt respecting Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park. Required Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

  19. Miami Marlins executive of baseball operations Mike Hill responds amid a question and answer session declaring the passing of Jose Fernandez. Required Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

  20. Miami Marlins help pitcher Kyle Barraclough bows at the hill out of appreciation for partner Jose Fernandez. Required Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

  21. Willie Rippol is seen grieving the passing of Jose Fernandez outside Marlins Park. Fernandez, with his great looks and on-field allure, was from numerous points of view a saint to Miami's sprawling Cuban people group. "His story was our story," said Miguel Garay, 78, who came to Miami from Cuba's Pinar del Rio. "There's such an extraordinary custom of baseball in Cuba and he epitomized it superior to anything anybody." REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity

  22. Tokens are seen at this alternative dedication made by fans grieving Jose Fernandez outside Marlins Park. REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity

  23. Marlins Park respects Jose Fernandez. Obligatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

  24. A dedication of blooms and photographs are put outside an entryway at Marlins Park to pay tribute to Jose Fernandez. Obligatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

  25. Hard Rock Stadium in Miami holds a snapshot of quiet for Jose Fernandez preceding the diversion between the Cleveland Browns and the Miami Dolphins. Obligatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports