No, he's not Yasiel Puig. But his story is just as compelling, and his future in the game is just as bright. "I'm not scared of anything or anyone," says Fernandez. "Albert Pujols, whoever, I'm going to go after them. No one can do anything to me that hasn't been done to me before, not after what I've faced in my life. I'm ready for everything."
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