On Saturday morning, ESPN acquired the autopsy and toxicology reports stemming from the death of former Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez. They revealed some disturbing details, including the use of cocaine by Fernandez and his state as being legally drunk. Fernandez and two others died when their boat crashed into a Miami Beach jetty on September 25.

The latest details

The toxicology report, created by the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner, revealed Fernandez and one of his friends had cocaine in their system. Fernandez was the only person on the boat who was legally drunk. When the crash site was reached, the smell of alcohol emitted from each of the deceased bodies.

There is also evidence from a receipt that the three were at the American Social Bar & Kitchen earlier on the evening of September 25 - the bar allows boaters to pull up and purchase alcohol.

Speed is still considered to be the many reason for the crash, with blunt-force injuries to the head and body killing each of the three men. The driver of the boat is still unknown, although theKaught Looking was owned by Fernandez.

Jose Fernandez's life

Fernandez had plenty of potential to be one of the best pitchers of his generation. The 24-year old defected from Cuba in 2008 and was drafted by the Miami Marlins in 2011. He won the NL Rookie of the Year award in 2013, while also making his first All-Star team and finishing only behind Clayton Kershaw and Adam Wainwright in the NL Cy Young Award race.

He lost much of his 2014 and 2015 seasons to Tommy John surgery, but Fernandez came back with the same Cuban flair he had previously shown, dominating on his way to an All-Star appearance and NL Cy Young consideration this season. He went 38-17 in his career with a 2.58 earned run average and 589 strikeouts.

He left behind a young family; he had recently revealed his girlfriend was pregnant. He was also close to his grandmother, and just this week,Maritza Gomez Fernandez, the pitcher's mother, wrote a heartfelt letterthanking her son's fans for all of their support.

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