MIAMI -- Derek Dietrichs bat and Dee Gordons legs helped fuel the Miami Marlins offense.Dietrich hit a two-run homer and Gordon stole three bases to help Miami end the Atlanta Braves winning streak at seven games, winning 6-4 on Saturday night.Thats how we really want it to go most nights, Gordon said. Weve been scuffling a little bit so to have everybody clicking with getting guys over, timely hitting is good for us.Gordon had two hits, two walks and his stolen base total was one shy of tying the Marlins single-game franchise high, which he has done on two separate occasions.When Dee is able to get on and being able to impact it like that, it puts pressure on the pitcher and the defense, Marlins manager Don Mattingly said. What I liked about tonight was that he was willing to take his walks. You really want your leadoff guy to get on base and it doesnt matter how.Atlantas Freddie Freeman extended his hitting streak to 28 games in the first inning and has reached base in 44 straight. He also hit a solo home run in the sixth, his 32nd.It feels good, Freeman said. Obviously, Ive worked really hard and things are clicking right now. Im getting pitches to hit and Im not missing them.Brian Ellington (4-2) earned the win in relief and A.J. Ramos recorded his 39th save in 42 chances.The Braves pulled within 5-4 on a wild pitch by Fernando Rodney in the seventh inning.We gave ourselves a chance, Braves interim manager Brian Snitker said. We kept fighting back -- a guy on and were swinging away from taking the lead.J.T. Realmuto beat out an infield hit in the seventh to push the Miami lead to 6-4, and Kyle Barraclough and Ramos retired all six batters they faced to seal the win and end a three-game losing streak.Miami jumped to an early 2-1 lead on Dietrichs two-run homer to right field in the first inning.The Marlins extended their lead to 5-2 with a pair of runs in the fourth including a sacrifice fly by Marcell Ozuna.Both starting pitchers exited before the fifth inning. Miamis Wei-Yin Chen allowed two runs in four innings and Atlantas Aaron Blair (1-7) allowed five runs over 3 1/3 innings.I just didnt have the command that I had five days ago, Blair said. I got myself in trouble walking the leadoff hitter two of the four innings. I put myself in bad counts in those situations.MARLINS SPEEDThe Marlins stole five bases. Yefri Perez and Realmuto also stole a base off catcher Anthony Recker.Just getting good pitches to run on, Gordon said. 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An Outside The Lines InvestigationA troubling trend is plaguing school athletic programs across the country: hazing incidents involving sodomy. Outside the Lines has found more than 40 such incidents since 2011, including seven so far this year.The majority of these type of incidents likely never get reported, experts say, and no state or federal agency tracks them. A code of silence often prevents witnesses and victims from speaking out -- though some do. These are the stories of three victims.Josh VillegasBreaking The Silence“I was just too scared to tell.”In 2013, Josh Villegas was a 14-year-old freshman on the Oak Hills High School football team in Hesperia, California, when he says he was attacked while using a urinal inside a locker room bathroom. Overpowered by teammates, Josh says he was pinned against a wall face-first while another teammate sodomized him with his fingers. No suspects were identified and the case resulted in no criminal charges. But in July 2014, Josh and his mother sued the school district, alleging that coaches and administrators allowed to exist a long-lasting tradition of ritual hazing and sadomasochistic sexual beatings. School officials, who completed their own investigation in about two days, found no wrongdoing and deny those allegations. That investigation was led by Bill Holland, a school police officer on the districts payroll, who had previously served as a volunteer freshman football coach. Joshs legal team has questioned the credibility and thoroughness of Hollands work.Jordan PreavyAbsent Authority Tracy Stopford, Jordan Preavys mother: “Having that sexual abuse in front of his team devastated him. Devastated.”In September 2011, at least two older teammates of Jordan Preavy, a junior on the Milton High School football team in Vermont, used a broom handle to sodomize the 16-year-old through his clothing as part of a hazing ritual. Witnesses told police that Jordans head snapped back and he looked pained, yelling No! and Get off! Jordan never told his parents about the incident. Nearly a year later, on Aug. 28, 2012, just a few weeks after his 17th birthday, Jordan committed suicide. Milton school administrators first became aware in May 2013 that Jordan had been hazed, but they didnt report the incident to the proper authorities or notify Jordans parents. It would be another year before police, while investigating other allegations of hazing on the Milton football team, discovered and finally informed the family about Jordans hazing. Today, Jordans parents are convinced that the incident contributed to his decision to take his own life and are suing the school district, claiming it failed to protect their son from being hazed. In a court response to the lawsuit, the district denied culpability, arguing that the broom handle did not break Jordans clothing: It is not likely that Preavy killed himself because on one occasion an object was pressed against his clothing in the buttocks. An independent report commissioned by the school district, though, criticized its officials for failing to report the attack on Jordan to authorities as required by school policy and state law. A criminal investigation into hazing on the Milton football team eventually led to the conviction of five football players on various charges.DArcy McKeownStanding Up“It takes a lot to get through this. But I think for me what ended up driving it was just focusing on that one goal: stopping it. ... If I didnt speak out, I didnt feel anyone else there that night would.”In 2005, 18-year-old DArcy McKeown was a high-profile incoming center for the McGill University football team in Montreal. Soon after he arrived, he started hearing degrading and violent threats from some veteran players, including ominous references to “Dr. Broom” and a bizarre hazing ritual. DArcy shared his fears with his father, Bob McKeown, a CFL veteran and well-known TV journalist. Bob says he couldnt have imagined that the threats were more than just tough talk, so he advised DArcy to go along and be one of the guys. But on an August night on a squash court, away from staff and coaches, DArcy was sodomized with a broom handle while teammates cheered from the bleachers above. By the next day, DArcy was determined to fight back. He reported the incident to his head coach, and when he wasnt satisfied with his response, he went to the athletic director, university president and provost. DArcys actions eventually led to player suspensions, forfeited games and major revisions to McGills hazing policies. He ultimately decided to play football for the University of Toronto, walking away from McGill having never played a down.In thhese three cases, school administrators often minimized the events or were ill-equipped to investigate what happened.dddddddddddd. The results were long-lasting and traumatic: “Im always looking over my shoulder,” Josh Villegas says. “Im always on edge.”“Its become much more violent, sexually, since the internet,” says psychologist Susan Lipkins, who focuses her work on hazing. She believes that kids have become desensitized to sexuality and see this form of hazing as a way to humiliate others. “And I think with each year it gets worse and worse.” Hazing in AmericaLast year, Vermont passed “Jordans Law,” which requires school officials to report all hazing incidents to the Department for Children and Families within 24 hours. Before, districts had been allowed to conduct their own investigations first. Across the country, though, six states still have no hazing laws, seven have laws that dont extend to the high school level, 13 exclude “athletic events” from hazing laws, and only one state, Nebraska, actually mentions sexual penetration in its hazing law. Below, a state-by-state breakdown of laws, as well as a listing of all the reports found by OTL of sodomy hazing in high schools since 2011.StateIllegal?Felony or MisdemeanorIncidents Since 2011School, town and place of incidentAlabamaYesMisdemeanorAlaskaNoN/AArizonaYesLaw doesnt specifyArkansasYesMisdemeanorCaliforniaYesLaw doesnt specify3Oak Hills High, Hesperia (locker room); Westlake High, Westlake Village (hotel room); La Puente High, La Puente (storage room)ColoradoYesMisdemeanor1Norwood (bus)ConnecticutYesLaw doesnt specifyDelawareYesMisdemeanorFloridaYesLaw doesnt specify1Cooper High, Cooper City (hotel room)GeorgiaYesMisdemeanor1Parkview High, Lilburn (hotel room)HawaiiNoN/AIdahoYesMisdemeanor1Dietrich High, Dietrich (locker room)IllinoisYesLaw doesnt specify3St. Francis de Sales High, Chicago (locker room); Plano High, Plano (locker room); Maine West High, Des Plaines (training run)IndianaYesLaw doesnt specify2Clark High, Hammond (locker room); Wood Memorial High, Oakland City (unknown)IowaYesMisdemeanor2Clarion-Goldfield-Dows High, Clarion (side room); Nodaway Valley High, Greenfield (locker room)KansasYesMisdemeanor1Great Bend High, Great Bend (bus)KentuckyYesLaw doesnt specifyLouisianaYesMisdemeanorMaineYesLaw doesnt specifyMarylandYesMisdemeanorMassachusettsYesMisdemeanor2Somerville High, Somerville (camp); Chelmsford High, Chelmsford (camp)MichiganYesLaw doesnt specify1Constantine High, Constantine (house)MinnesotaYesLaw doesnt specify1Browerville High, Browerville (locker room/classroom)MississippiYesMisdemeanorMissouriYesLaw doesnt specify2Hardin-Central High, Hardin (locker room); Principia Upper, St. Louis (dorm/camp)MontanaNoN/A1Glacier High, Kalispell (bus)NebraskaYesMisdemeanor1Maxwell High, Omaha (camp)NevadaYesMisdemeanorNew HampshireYesMisdemeanorNew JerseyYesFelony1Sayreville War Memorial High, Sayreville (locker room)New MexicoNoN/ANew YorkYesMisdemeanor1Bronx High School of Science, New York (unknown)North CarolinaYesMisdemeanor1McDowell County High, Marion (locker room)North DakotaYesMisdemeanorOhioYesMisdemeanorOklahomaYesMisdemeanor3Southmoore High, Moore (locker room); Norman High, Norman (bus); Ardmore High, Ardmore (unknown)OregonYesLaw doesnt specify2Grant High, Portland (locker room); Philomath High, Philomath (camp)PennsylvaniaYesMisdemeanor2Conestoga High, Berwyn (locker room); Leechburg High, Leechburg (locker room)Rhode IslandYesMisdemeanorSouth CarolinaYesLaw doesnt specify1Walhalla High, Walhalla (bus)South DakotaNoN/ATennesseeYesLaw doesnt specify1Ooltewah High, Ooltewah (cabin)TexasYesMisdemeanor1Edison High, San Antonio (locker room)UtahYesMisdemeanor1Bountiful High, Bountiful (bus)VermontYesMisdemeanor1Milton High, Milton (locker room)VirginiaYesMisdemeanor2Strasburg High, Strasburg (bus); Spotsylvania High, Spotsylvania (locker room)WashingtonYesMisdemeanor2Juanita High, Kirkland (locker room); Capital High, Olympia (locker room)West VirginiaYesLaw doesnt specifyWisconsinYesLaw doesnt specify1Lincoln High, Wisconsin Rapids (locker room)WyomingNoN/AWhat has to change? Lipkins says there needs to be greater awareness and accountability, so that victims feel more comfortable coming forward and going to the courts. “If we cant break the code of silence, were not going to change things.”Reporting by John Barr, Pia Malbran, Arty Berko, Andy Lockett and Jason Kostura.FOR MORE, STREAM THE FULL EPISODE OF OUTSIDE THE LINES PRIMETIME ON WATCHESPN. PARENTAL DISCRETION IS STRONGLY ADVISED. China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '