#1 Pearce said on Monday von mary123 20.11.2019 08:22

Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez had cocaine in his system and was legally drunk when he was killed in a boating accident last month, according to autopsy and toxicology reports obtained by ESPN on Saturday.A toxicology report from the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner Department?showed that cocaine and multiple other substances were detected in Fernandezs blood. Fernandez, 24, had a blood alcohol content of .147, nearly twice the legal limit, when his boat crashed into a Miami Beach jetty Sept. 25.Two of Fernandezs friends, Emilio Jesus Macias, 27, and Eduardo Rivero, 25, were also killed in the crash. Their toxicology reports show that neither was past the blood alcohol legal limit, though cocaine was found in Riveros blood.Dr. Kenneth Hutchins, associate medical examiner, wrote in the report?that each man had suffered blunt-force injuries to his head and body.It is unknown who was driving the boat at the time of the crash.Ralph Fernandez, the familys attorney and of no relation to the pitcher, told The Miami Herald that investigators have strong evidence that Fernandez was not piloting the boat. He called the cocaine use out of character for the pitcher.That leads me to think, could this be an isolated incident? Yes. Could this have been involuntary? Yes. Why do you think theres still a criminal investigation pending? the attorney said.Authorities have interviewed a highly reliable witness who said he was on the phone with Fernandez just before the crash and heard the pitcher giving another person directions about where to steer the boat, he said.If you tell me that hed been drinking, Id say, So? Ralph Fernandez said. He wasnt driving, and he was very careful about that.Players with Major League Baseball contracts have been tested for performance-enhancing substances since 2004, and violations are announced publicly, but there is no random testing for drugs such as cocaine, and players generally arent suspended for abusing those drugs unless they fail to comply with a treatment program or are convicted for drug use, possession, sale or distribution.USA Today, citing a high-ranking MLB official, reported Saturday night that?Fernandez never tested positive for cocaine under the leagues drug-testing program, nor was he in any type of drug rehab.?His death was a tragedy, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said before Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday, according to USA Today. These facts were unfortunate. But it doesnt alter the fact he was a great, great player, a good young man, and he will be sorely missed in Miami.The Marlins and Fernandezs agent, Scott Boras, declined to comment on the?autopsy and toxicology reports.Chris Royer, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer representing family members of Macias and Rivero, told the Sun Sentinel that his clients had been told about the findings and would make a statement after taking some time to discuss the reports.The bodies had a strong odor of alcohol on them when they were recovered by divers, and investigators found evidence that the boat was speeding when it slammed into the jetty, according to a search warrant affidavit released this week by the Miami-Dade County State Attorneys Office. The affidavit said officials had recovered a receipt for alcohol from American Social Bar & Kitchen, where the trio had been before the crash.Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez directed the medical examiners office to release the autopsy reports Saturday, a day after The Miami Herald sued the medical examiners office seeking their release.The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the state agency investigating the crash, previously refused to release the reports. Gimenez said state officials also refused to join the county as co-defendants in The Heralds public records lawsuit.The autopsy reports will provide invaluable information to FWC investigators as they conduct a thorough and complete investigation, wildlife commission spokeswoman Susan Smith said in an email.U.S. Coast Guard officials have said they will examine lighting at the South Beach jetty where the boat crashed. 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Fremantle defender Alex Pearce says his strong bond with teammate Nat Fyfe helped him get through the lows of his broken leg earlier this year.Pearce broke his leg in the round-nine loss to Richmond, but he remains on track to return for next years season opener after having the plate removed three weeks ago.Fyfe also missed the bulk of last season with a broken leg - the second time he has suffered the injury within the past year.Pearce lives with Fyfe. He joked that their other housemate, Dockers defender Cameron Sutcliffe, had to lift his workload around the house while the Fremantle pair were injured.With injuries like mine, you need a lot of support through different people, and Nats definitely one who Ive drawn a lot from, Pearce said on Monday.Hes helped me a lot by keeping me in a good positive headspace moving forward.After surgery, there can be a few tough weeks when youre sitting at home not doing a great deal.Alll through the year we had those conversations about how hungry we were to get back and how tough it is watching.ddddddddddddThat helps drive us during this period of pre-season.Pearce has resumed running duties on a treadmill, and he hopes to join the main training group within the coming weeks.A beefed-up Fyfe trained with the Dockers on Monday following his recent training block in LA.Troubled forward Shane Yarran was also on the track.Yarran has been charged with aggravated assault over an incident involving a family member earlier this month.The 27-year-old will plead not guilty when he fronts court next month.The future of Michael Johnson also remains unclear after the defender was alleged to have punched two men inside a kebab shop earlier this month.Police are investigating that incident. 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