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  • 11 Jun
    导出博客文章MIAMI -- Tanner Roark knew it was going to be a battle going against Jose
    Fernandez at Marlins Park.Fernandez entered Tuesdays game with a 28-2 career
    record at home.Both pitchers were 15-8 on the season and among the National
    Leagues ERA leaders, but Roark and the Washington Nationals came up short in a
    1-0 loss to Miami and Fernandez in a game that took just 2 hours, 11 minutes.I
    know Jose is good here at home so it was me versus him, not me versus the
    hitters, Roark said.Roark (15-9) pitched seven innings, and allowed three hits
    and one run.Very good, Nationals manager Dusty Baker said. We had two good
    pitchers going tonight and Tanner threw the ball well. I wish we could have got
    him a win.Roark went at least seven innings while allowing one run or fewer for
    the 12th time this season.Barry Bonds was very impressed with Fernandezs
    performance.Bonds, the Marlins hitting coach, was among those in the dugout
    congratulating Fernandez at the end of his outing, grabbing him with both hands
    and kissing him repeatedly on both cheeks.I love you! Bonds shouted as Fernandez
    grinned.Fernandez (16-8) pitched eight innings and struck out 12.That goes way
    back, its a long story, Fernandez said with a smile about his connection with
    Bonds. Its impressive. Everybody knows who he is and what he has done in this
    game. When I was walking in here now he told me, `It was the best that I have
    seen you pitch. Im impressed. To get that from probably one of the best hitters
    in the history of the game means the world.Fernandez allowed three hits without
    a walk while retiring 21 in a row at one point.I thought it was the best game he
    has thrown all year, Marlins manager Don Mattingly said of Fernandez. He used
    his changeup early in the game and that was a weapon for him all day to keep
    them off-balanced.David Phelps pitched the ninth for the Marlins and recorded
    his fourth save in 10 chances as Miami won its third straight.In the situation
    were in what you would really like to do is win every game and force whoever
    were behind to win every game -- to have to win theirselves in, Mattingly
    said.The Nationals were held to four hits in their fourth consecutive loss.Bryce
    Harper returned to the starting lineup for Washington after getting the day off
    on Monday and went 0 for 4.We had a couple times when Bryce hit the ball a ton,
    Baker said. Thats a good sign when he hits the ball on a line like that. Its
    tough to stay with him and stuff but hes right there, right around the corner.
    Hes frustrated, were all frustrated especially when youre not scoring
    runs.Stantons 27th home run broke a scoreless tie in the bottom of the sixth
    inning. Stanton also homered in Mondays 4-3 win.It was just a good swing, good
    contact-type ball, Stanton said. It wasnt like a hard drive or anything. Just a
    good bat path to a ball out over the plate.Stephen Drew smacked a double off the
    top of the right field fence over Stantons head in the first inning before
    Fernandez retired the next 21 batters.Wilson Ramos broke through in the top of
    the eighth with a soft liner to center and Brian Goodwin followed with a single
    to right.Fernandez struck out Danny Espinosa and got pinch-hitter Daniel Murphy
    to ground out to get out of the jam and cap his outing.He was good, he was
    feeling it, Stanton said. He knows how important each and every game is and he
    wanted to make sure he put it away today.TRAINERS ROOMNationals: Baker denied a
    report about Harper dealing with a shoulder injury. The story was inaccurate,
    Baker said. They asked me about the shoulder problem before and I said we gave
    him four or five days off. I dont even know how long ago that was, six weeks ago
    or something like that? And to say hes playing shallow because he couldnt throw
    the ball is totally inaccurate. I dont know where they got that from. I know
    they got some quotes from me, but I was talking about the past. I wasnt talking
    about the present. I dont know how it came out because I dont read much, but
    that was inaccurate reporting. Nobody knows where it came from because hes not
    on the injury report and we treated that already in the past. ... 2B Murphy
    (left leg soreness) was held out of the starting lineup for the third
    consecutive game.Marlins: RHP Bryan Morris (lumbar disc herniation) was
    reinstated from the 60-day DL and was designated for assignment.UP
    NEXTNationals: RHP Max Scherzer (17-7, 2.78 ERA) will start Wednesdays series
    finale with the Marlins. Scherzer is 4-0 with a 1.47 ERA in his last five
    starts.Marlins: RHP Tom Koehler (9-11, 3.96) takes the mound looking for his
    first win since Aug. 9 against San Francisco.
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    98-91. The attorneys for Joe Mixon released a surveillance video on Friday that
    shows the Sooners?star running back punching a female Oklahoma student in
    2014.The video shows Mixon punching Amelia Molitor, fracturing four bones in her
    face, during an altercation at a sandwich shop near Oklahomas campus in Norman.
    He was charged with a misdemeanor at the time of the incident, and the
    university suspended him for the entire 2014 season.The video was released after
    the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters sued for its access, prompting the
    Oklahoma Supreme Court to rule earlier this month that the city of Norman should
    release it. The city had until Dec. 26 to either release the video or file an
    appeal.?Mixons attorneys, however, said the running back asked that they make
    public the video before the citys deadline.?Mr. Mixon asked us to once again say
    he is sorry for the way he acted that night, a statement through his attorneys
    said. He has publicly apologized to Ms. Molitor, her friends, his family,
    teammates, and the University. He hopes that his voluntary release of these
    recordings will help put this matter to rest.The university issued a statement
    on Friday night, shortly after the video was released:University officials were
    made aware of the content of the video prior to taking action with respect to
    Joe Mixon [in 2014], the school said. Based on that information, the university
    immediately suspended and removed Mr. Mixon from the football team for one year,
    during which high standards of conduct were expected and maintained. It was made
    clear to Mr. Mixon at the time of his suspension that violence against women
    will not go unpunished at the university. Coach [Bob] Stoops has been proactive
    in presenting training for his team aimed at preventing such behavior in the
    future. Sensitivity training in the area of violence has been intensified and
    best practices will continue to be implemented. Mr. Mixon has apologized for his
    actions, and the university hopes that it is an indication that he has learned
    from his mistakes. We are an educational institution, where we hope young people
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    course.ddddddddddddMixon issued a formal apology last month but also suggested
    that racial slurs were hurled at him, which he said initiated the incident.I was
    not drinking, Mixon said in the apology, which was sent to The Oklahoman. I have
    never had a drink in my life. At the end of the night, a group of apparently
    drunk people started harassing us. Some of my teammates were wise enough to
    leave. I did not, and I am sorry.Last week, in a statement released to The
    Oklahoman, attorneys for Molitor called the narrative that she spit on, punched
    and hurled racial slurs at a cornered man false. Her attorneys asked a judge to
    suppress the release of the video, arguing it alone wouldnt tell the full
    story.According to Mixons attorneys, however, Molitor has since given the OK to
    release the video.?Molitor has a pending civil lawsuit against the running
    back.Mixon, 20, pleaded guilty to the charge without making an admission of
    guilt. He received a one-year deferred sentence and was required to perform 100
    hours of community service and undergo counseling.Stoops was asked in 2015 why
    he did not kick Mixon off the team.In our situation, we felt this [the
    suspension] was the right way to proceed, Stoops said last year. In the end, we
    felt that hes been disciplined. He was removed totally from all team activities
    from that point on. And hes earned a way to be back to have an opportunity for a
    second chance to redeem himself with strict guidelines that go with it.In 11
    games for the Sooners this season, Mixon has rushed for a team-leading 1,183
    yards and eight touchdowns. Oklahoma plays?Auburn in the Allstate Sugar Bowl on
    Jan. 2.Mixon is a third-year sophomore who is eligible for the 2017 NFL draft.On
    ability alone, ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. ranks Mixon as his
    fifth-highest-rated running back behind Leonard Fournette, Dalvin Cook, DOnta
    Foreman and Christian McCaffrey.?Information from ESPNs Jake Trotter and The
    Associated Press was used in this report. ' ' '