Ceremonial First GIF: Jose Fernandez

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Miami right-hander and 20-year-old Cuban emigre Jose Fernandez has, just seconds before the composition of these very words, finished his first inning as a major-league pitcher, retiring the New York Mets on three consecutive fly-ball outs (box).

And by virtue of this post, reader, you will be able to tell your grandchildren when you’re much older and much less useful than right now: “I was there, a long time ago, when Carson Cistulli made the first GIF of Jose Fernandez’ first pitch.”

Will you cry? Yes, a little. But only because of your sciatica. Because you will develop terrible sciatica, it seems.

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8 Responses to “Ceremonial First GIF: Jose Fernandez”

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  1. Jabronies says:

    Packed house at Citi!

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  2. Alex says:

    I know it’s only been 2 innings, but this kid looks LEGIT. Easy cheese (93-96, great command, and he seems very poised for his age (20). He’s made the Mets hitters look pretty foolish so far. I am impressed.

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  3. Z..... says:

    Still angry that he is up, but so excited. The kid is completely filthy

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  4. MaineSkin says:

    #FILTTHY #NASTY I dropped Chacin to stream Volquez this week. Fowler 2R HR in top of 1. #Overthunkit

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  5. gryfyn1 says:

    Im looking through the replies on a NotGraphs post and wondering how I will be much less useful at some point in my future.

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  6. Kirk C says:

    The Fernandez GIF that needs to be made is the changeup he threw to Ike Davis in the 2nd inning. Filthy. I believe it was on a 1-1 count.

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