Jose Fernandez and Marlins superfan Dori Amador after a game in 2014. Amador said Fernandez stood out to her because of the love he expressed for others.
Jose Fernandez and Marlins superfan Dori Amador after a game in 2014. Amador said Fernandez stood out to her because of the love he expressed for others. Courtesy of Dori Amador
Jose Fernandez and Marlins superfan Dori Amador after a game in 2014. Amador said Fernandez stood out to her because of the love he expressed for others. Courtesy of Dori Amador

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September 28, 2016 09:16 PM

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