Wildlife commission investigators have not determined who was at the wheel and what caused the crash.
By daylight, the devastating scene was surreal as the boat lay overturned and crumbled along the rocks.
Fans photograph a makeshift memorial for Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez before a baseball game between the Miami Marlins and the New York Mets, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, in Miami.
None of Cuba's main newspapers are mentioning his boating accident.
Donaldson, hit on the elbow by a pitch from Severino in the bottom of the first, walked in from his position and exchanged words with the NY dugout after Headley was hit. Fernandez finally made it to the U.S.at age 15 and rose to baseball stardom after he was drafted by the Marlins in 2011.
Fitting all the Marlins with No. 16 required the approval of Major League Baseball, then a race against time. "We were just honest that he was killed in an accident and we were lucky enough to have watched him play before and met him and have stuff signed by him".
Eyewitnesses have placed Jose Fernandez at a Miami bar in the hours before the fatal crash that killed the Marlins pitcher and two passengers on board.
A night earlier, instead of playing a game, the entire team was bused to the Fernandez family home for an excruciating 45 minutes, trying to find comforting words for a family but knowing no such words exist.
Fernandez had invited his Marlins teammates for the doomed outing after the team's win against the Atlanta Braves on Saturday. Officials were said to be interviewing bar employees and looking into surveillance video to see if they had been drinking.
In Miami, players, fans share memories, shed tears over Jose Fernandez
The "him" Gordon is referring to is Jose´ Fernandez, the 24-year-old Marlins pitcher who died in a boating accident early Sunday morning.
With a 2-0 count in the first at bat of the first inning of Monday night's game between the Miami Marlins and New York Mets, Marlins second basemen Dee Gordon cranked a towering home run over the right field wall.
Monday afternoon, there was a steady stream of family, friends and advisors arriving at Jose Fernandez's mother's home in West Miami-Dade to do what they could to ease the pain of losing the 24-year-old superstar. Fernandez wore No. 16 on his jersey.
The crash is under investigation.
Though it must have been hard to return to the field, maybe baseball - the game they love, and that Fernandez so deeply loved - was just what the doctor ordered, what was necessary in an effort to return to some level of normalcy.
(L to R) Martin Prado, Adeiny Hechavarria and Ozuna.
"A lot of us were talking about, you know, 'Why are we here right now?' 'What's the main goal of this?' 'How do we get through this together?'" Stanton said. A friend of one of the the other men on the boat told the Miami Herald that Fernandez was stressed that night after an argument with his girlfriend.
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