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''I had a few offers <from>Australian clubs] but nobody could really afford to fly me out here, and the thing is I had about $2 in my bank account and couldn't afford to fly myself,'' Zrinzo said.
Joey Zrinzo made his Australian Baseball League debut in Cavalry's 6-1 loss to the Bandits in Brisbane on Thursday night and was back in the bullpen for game two last night.
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''So literally all I had to do was throw fastballs to strike people out but I took it as I'm still playing baseball.''
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"I am hopeful that because this is now being taken seriously by the people in charge of pro football that this is now going to translate into having accountability and consequences," said Patti Giggans, executive director of Peace Over Violence, a Los Angeles-based sexual assault, domestic violence and youth violence prevention center.
锘縉FL commissioner Roger Goodell has some explaining to do
When a reporter voiced skepticism about why Ravens officials hadn't seen it earlier, Harbaugh said: "I don't know why that would be a hard thing to understand. It wasn't made available. It wasn't there for us. It wasn't something we ever saw, ever had access to."
Newly released: The footage shows Ray Rice attacking his then-fiancee Janay Palmer. Photo: TMZ
Later, after Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon was suspended for the season for testing positive for marijuana, the chorus of criticism grew louder with people pointing to the disparity in punishment.
NFL players, typically reluctant to comment about the off-field transgressions of other players, were strident Monday in their criticism of Rice.
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In a news conference late Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he didn't know when the NFL saw the second video.
TMZ founder Harvey Levin disputed Harbaugh's and the NFL's statements. "It's a shameful story that the NFL knew that the surveillance video existed. . And they didn't do anything," Levin told a Washington television station.
Rice, 27, is not the only NFL player who has been linked to domestic violence allegations this year. San Francisco defensive tackle Ray McDonald, who played for the 49ers in Dallas on Sunday, was arrested on Labor Day weekend on suspicion of domestic abuse against his pregnant fiancee. Defensive end Greg Hardy of the Carolina Panthers was convicted in July by a district judge in North Carolina of assaulting his ex-girlfriend. Hardy exercised his right to a jury trial, likely to take place after the season.
In July, the NFL suspended Rice for two games, which drew widespread criticism as too lenient.
Sickening: An unconscious Janay Palmer lies outside a hotel elevator in Atlantic City. Photo: TMZ
Now, with the release of the latest video, the league is facing more troubling questions: Either its initial investigation failed to turn up the second, more graphic video; or its leaders were not being truthful Monday when they said they were seeing that footage for the first time.
In a statement, the NFL said it had "requested from law enforcement any and all information about the incident, including the video from inside the elevator. That video was not made available to us and no one in our office has seen it until today."
Goodell last month told team owners in a letter that he had made a mistake in not doling out a harsher punishment to Rice and significantly ramped up penalties for domestic violence.
"I take responsibility both for the decision and for ensuring that our actions in the future properly reflect our values," Goodell wrote. "I didn't get it right."
The grainy images, captured without sound, show a man and a woman in an elevator.
In August, Goodell had defended the NFL's actions leading to Rice's two-game suspension. "We've dealt with it in a serious manner, and we're very confident that this young man understands where he is and what he needs to do going forward," the commissioner said at the time. "I think what's important here is Ray has taken responsibility for this. . He recognises he made a horrible mistake that is unacceptable by his standards, by our standards."
The surveillance video released on Monday is the second look at that altercation. The first, which surfaced six months ago, shows Rice pulling Palmer out of a casino elevator. It led to Rice being charged with third-degree assault, a felony; Palmer with simple assault, a misdemeanor. Rice agreed to enter a diversionary program, allowing him to avoid trial.
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Denver defensive tackle Terrance Knighton tweeted: "That man should be thrown out of the nfl and thrown into jail. Shame on those deciding his punishment. Smh"
Domestic violence experts applauded the decisions to release and indefinitely suspend Rice, punishments that many people believe should have taken place months ago.
Neither possibility reflects well on the NFL or Goodell, long regarded as a law-and-order boss. Imposing a strict personal-conduct policy was among the first things he did after being hired.