Bryce Harper wore these amazing cleats to honor Jose Fernandez at the All-Star Game

Bryce Harper is playing in the MLB All-Star Game in Miami on Tuesday night — and he’s decided to wear these amazing custom cleats to honor someone who won’t be there for the game: Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, who died in September.

The ace pitcher Fernandez was an All-Star last year, and many players have remembered him during this year’s All-Star Week. Players will be using the the Marlins’ locker room, where Fernandez’s locker still serves as a tribute:

So as the All-Stars play in Marlins Stadium, fans will definitely be remembering Fernandez, beloved as a person and player — and Harper’s cleats are a great way to pay tribute to him.

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Sano picked up the pace as time started to run out, including a shot that was basically a golf swing, and he ended up with 10 before time expired — the last of those was over 440 feet, too, getting him 30 seconds of bonus time.

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