Hernandez allowed two hits over four scoreless innings while striking out five in Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Mets.
The 24-year-old has had an uneven spring, but he seems to be building momentum as Opening Day draws closer. Hernandez has a 4.91 ERA and 8:4 K:B through 11 innings, and he remains in the hunt for a rotation spot to begin the season.
Hernandez allowed one earned run on one walk and one strikeout across two innings Sunday against the Nationals, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Hernandez struggled early, hitting Victor Robles with a pitch to begin the game. He then threw a wild pitch and walked Adam Eaton, allowing the Nationals to get on the board quickly. However, he settled in from there and retired the final five batters he faced. Hernandez is locked in a battle for a role in the starting rotation with Jordan Yamamoto, Robert Dugger and Nick Neidert this spring.
Hernandez won't make his scheduled start Saturday against the Nationals with the Marlins bringing back Jordan Yamamoto (forearm) from the 10-day injured list and inserting him into the rotation.
Yamamoto has been on the shelf for nearly a month with a right forearm strain and didn't go on a minor-league rehab assignment prior to being activated, so it's possible Hernandez ends up seeing work in long relief if Yamamoto's pitch count is restricted. Miami hasn't announced its probable starters beyond Sunday's series finale, making it uncertain whether Hernandez will slot back into the rotation at any point during the last week of the season.
Hernandez allowed one run on three hits and a walk over five innings Sunday, striking out nine in the loss to the Giants. He did not factor in the decision.
Hernandez coughed up a solo homer to Mauricio Dubon in the third inning but still turned in a strong outing and set a new career high with his nine strikeouts. The 24-year-old righty would've been tagged with an unfortunate loss if his team didn't tie things up in the seventh inning after he had already been removed. Hernandez will look to keep it rolling Saturday at home against Washington.
Hernandez surrendered three runs on four hits and zero walks across five innings during Tuesday's loss to the Brewers. He struck out five and did not factor in the decision.
The 24-year-old managed to garner 11 swinging strikes but still gave up hard contact Tuesday, including a two-run homer from Hernan Perez. Hernandez has a 5.24 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 76:25 K:BB through 77.1 innings and lines up to pitch Sunday at San Francisco.
Hernandez didn't factor into the decision against the Pirates on Thursday, giving up five runs (three earned) on three hits over three innings, striking out three and walking two as the Marlins eventually won 10-7.
Hernandez had gone six innings in his last two starts, but he couldn't keep it going in this contest, as the Pirates jumped on him for five runs in the first inning to ensure he would have a short outing. For the season, the 24-year-old sports an unimpressive 5.23 ERA and 1.30 WHIP across 72.1 innings.
Hernandez gave up four runs on six hits and two walks while striking out three over six innings Friday against the Nationals. He didn't factor into the decision.
Hernandez allowed two runs in the first inning followed by one in the second and one in the sixth. The 24-year-old hasn't been able to provide much consistency for Miami thus far, accruing a 5.06 ERA and 1.23 WHIP with a 68:23 K:BB over 69.1 innings this year.
Hernandez (3-5) yielded two runs on three hits while striking out five over six innings Sunday against the Phillies.
Hernandez surrendered a two-run home run in the sixth inning, though the Marlins would rally for three runs in the bottom half of the frame. The 24-year-old right-hander has been stellar over his last two starts, allowing just three runs over that stretch while fanning 10. He owns a 4.97 ERA and 1.22 WHIP with a 65:21 K:BB over 63.1 innings this year.
Hernandez (blister) is still expected to make his scheduled start Sunday against the Phillies, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.
He exited Tuesday's start with a blister on his right middle finger, but it sounds like he has responded well these last couple days and won't need his turn skipped. Hernandez has a 3.94 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 19 strikeouts in 16 innings over his last three starts.
Hernandez exited Tuesday's start in Atlanta with a right middle finger blister, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
Hernandez pitched well prior to being removed due to the blister, allowing one run on three hits with five strikeouts and one walk through four innings. The 24-year-old's availability for his next start -- Sunday against the Phillies -- should come into focus over the next couple days.
Hernandez (2-5) gave up six runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out six through six innings to take the loss against the Dodgers on Wednesday.
Hernandez did notch 11 swinging strikes, but he also allowed four home runs in this outing. This was a step back after going six scoreless innings in his last start. The 24-year-old has a 5.40 ERA with 55 strikeouts through nine starts this season. Hernandez will make his next start Tuesday against the Braves at SunTrust Park.
Hernandez (2-4) struck out seven over six scoreless innings while earning the win Thursday against the Braves, allowing two hits with two walks.
Hernandez allowed a triple in the first inning and loaded the bases in the second, but he cruised after that point and was given plenty of run support to earn the win. His seven punchouts tied a season high, and he completed six innings for just the second time in 14 appearances. Hernandez endured two poor starts in his last three, so this was a nice way to get back on track. He will take a 4.94 ERA into his next start at home against the Dodgers.
Hernandez (2-4) earned the win Thursday after holding the Braves scoreless over six innings. He allowed two hits and two walks while striking out six.
Making his 14th start of the year, Hernandez turned in a solid performance against a volatile Braves lineup. Despite having trouble keeping the ball in the park this season, the 24-year-old limited Atlanta to a triple by Ozzie Albies in the first inning and a single by Ronald Acuna in the sixth. It was a nice bounceback outing for Hernandez after getting pummelled for five runs over three frames against the Rays in last start. The right-hander improves to a 4.94 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 48:18 K:BB as he gears up for a tough matchup at home versus the Dodgers on Wednesday.
Hernandez allowed one run on three hits and two walks while striking out two over four innings Sunday against the Diamondbacks. He didn't factor into the decision.
Hernandez was recently moved back to the starting rotation, and even though his outing lasted just four innings, he held the opposition to one run. The 24-year-old right-hander will head into his next start with a 4.93 ERA and 1.25 WHIP with 41 punchouts over 38.1 innings this season. His next start lines up for Saturday in Tampa Bay.
Hernandez will move back into the starting rotation, replacing Trevor Richards, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.
Hernandez put together a pretty nice run in the rotation earlier in the year (4.05 ERA, 1.05 WHIP in five starts from June 11-July 4), and the Marlins want to see what he can do in an extended audition. The 24-year-old right-hander has a decent three-pitch mix with above-average command. Among the 352 pitchers who have thrown 30 innings in 2019, Hernandez's 19.5 K-BB percentage ranks 87th. He lines up to face Arizona on Sunday.
Hernandez (1-4) allowed four runs on four hits and two walks while striking out one over two-thirds of an inning Saturday. He took the loss as the Marlins fell 10-6 to the Dodgers.
Hernandez entered after the Marlins tied the game at 6-6 in the top of the eighth inning, but the reliever got into a jam and allowed a three-run homer to Matt Beaty and an RBI single to pinch hitter Russell Martin before Tayron Guerrero was summoned for the final out of the inning. Hernandez has allowed six runs over 4.2 innings since moving to the bullpen. The ugly outing raised his ERA to 5.24 in 35 innings this season, spanning 12 appearances (five starts).
Hernandez will move to the bullpen for at least the near future, Andre Fernandez of The Athletic reports.
Hernandez owns a 4.25 ERA in 29.2 innings this season, starting five times and appearing twice out of the bullpen. His 27.0 percent strikeout rate and 6.4 percent walk rate are each strong, but his 1.82 HR/9 represents a significant weakness. The 24-year-old is set for a fairly high-leverage role, Fernandez reports. He'll have an outside chance to enter the ninth-inning conversation if Sergio Romo struggles or gets traded at the deadline, though Hernandez doesn't appear to be a favorite to close at this point.
Hernandez (1-3) allowed three runs on five hits and one walk while striking out six over 4.1 innings in a loss to the Nationals on Thursday.
The long ball was a problem; Hernandez gave up homers to Kurt Suzuki and Anthony Rendon. He also uncorked a wild pitch and hit two batters. The 24-year-old has been decent overall, but with Hernandez now unavailable through the All-Star break, it seems likely that he gets sent down for a fresh arm ahead of the Marlins' weekend series in Atlanta.
Hernandez (1-2) struck out seven and picked up the win over the Phillies on Friday, allowing two runs on three hits and two walks over 5.2 innings.
The young right-hander threw 63 of 93 pitches for strikes before being lifted one out shy of his second quality start of the season, making do with his first win instead. Hernandez now sports a solid 4.07 ERA and 26:6 K:BB through 24.1 big-league innings, but he remains the most likely candidate to return to the minors once Caleb Smith (hip) rejoins the rotation next week.
Hernandez is scheduled to start Friday's game against the Phillies.
With Caleb Smith (hip) on track to make a second minor-league rehab start this weekend, Hernandez and fellow rotation newcomers Jordan Yamamoto and Zac Gallen will all be extended at least one more turn. The performances of all three youngsters will likely have significant sway in determining which of the two will stick in the rotation once Smith is presumably reinstated from the 10-day injured list next week. Through his first three starts, Hernandez has posted a 3.78, 1.02 WHIP and 19:3 K:BB in 16.2 innings.
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