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Florida Atlantic?football coach Lane Kiffin wasted little time making headlines in his new position.Just one day into the job, Kiffin signed East Mississippi Community College quarterback DeAndre Johnson, the former ESPN 300 standout who originally signed with Florida State but was dismissed from the school after he was caught on video punching a woman at a bar.The Jacksonville, Florida, native resolved the legal case by reaching a plea deal, which included six months of probation, nearly $900 in fees and participating in a 10-day sheriffs work program, according to the Tallahassee Democrat.FAU issued a statement Wednesday saying it has done an extensive background check on Johnson, and the quarterback and his parents met with the university president, athletic director and vice president for student affairs during his visit this past weekend.The unfortunate incident that occurred in June 2015 that involved DeAndre has been adjudicated through the legal system, the statement said. DeAndre has shown he is committed to using his platform to be a positive advocate for violence prevention, self-control and decision making. He will work directly with FAU Student Affairs to develop educational programming for our campus community. ... DeAndre is committed to growing and helping others in our campus and local community.FAU also said that Johnson would work with the Mentors for Violence Prevention program to educate, inspire and empower others to prevent, interrupt and respond to violence and abuse.Johnson enrolled at EMCC, the school that was featured on the Netflix series Last Chance U, in the fall of 2015 but did not play his first year. 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Though he allowed 10 base runners (seven singles and three walks), Dickey allowed only one run over 5 2-3 innings. "Even when hes not at his best, he competes," manager John Gibbons said. "He battled, got out of some jams." Even with the unexpected early return of second baseman Ian Kinsler from his rehabilitation assignment, the Rangers season-long losing streak reached five games. All of those losses are at home, and theyve dropped 10 of 14 overall to fall out of first place in the AL West. They have scored only six runs the past five games, and were 1 for 13 with runners in scoring position Saturday. "Its just simple baseball, getting base hits with runners in scoring position," manager Ron Washington said. "Its not just one part of the batting order. Its up and down the lineup. We gave ourselves more opportunities today than we have in the last week or so." Lind put the Blue Jays ahead to stay in the first, when his seventh homer of the season ricocheted high off pole down the right field line. Rasmus hit his 12th homer, and second in two games, in the fourth to make it 4-0. Those homers accounted for all four runs off Josh Lindblom (0-2), who went six innings on his 26th birthday. The right-hander struck out two in his third start in place of injured Alexi Ogando. Dickey (6-8) struck out three against the team that took him in the first round of the 1996 draft, and later determined that the right-hander was missing a ligament in his right elbow. "Its somewhat nostalgic to come back here," said Dickey, who also won his only other start at Rangers Ballpark as an opponent, in 2008 with Seattle. "This is where the discovery about the absence of the ligament was made, this is where I started my knuckleball career. I have a lot of great memories here, and a lot of tough memories here." Texas, which lost 8-0 on Friday night, ended a 21-inning scoring drought in the sixth. Nelson Cruz and DDavid Murphy had consecutive bloop singles before Chris McGuiness grounded a hit through the right side of the infield.dddddddddddd Cruz scored when Leonys Martin beat out a potential inning-ending double-play grounder. Martin was 3 for 4, getting the RBI on the only at-bat he didnt get a hit. His fielders choice ended Dickeys day and the longest scoreless streak by the Rangers since 25 innings in a row without a run in September 2009, also the last time they lost five games in a row at home. Texas also had the bases loaded in the fourth before McGuiness struck out to end the inning. There were two runners on with no outs in the fifth before Dickey retired the Nos. 2-4 hitters in order. "We got (Dickey) in trouble a few times. He got out of it," Washington said. "Some of it was him, but most of it was us." Kinsler, out since May 18 with a ribcage injury, was supposed to stay at Double-A Frisco for at least three games and not expected back before Sunday at the earliest. That changed when after an 11-inning game on Friday night, he declared himself healthy and ready to rejoin the team -- even after going 0 for 8 with a walk in the two rehab games. Texas had a 6 1-2-game lead in the AL West when Kinsler got hurt, but then went 11-14 without the three-time All-Star. "I was a little off early, but I felt like I had a good at-bat the last at-bat. My timing felt good," Kinsler said. "My legs didnt hurt, so theres no reason why I cant move and play defence." While he was 0 for 4 with a walk Saturday, Kinsler was involved in a couple of highlight-worthy defensive plays that ended innings without him even. putting his hand on the ball. When Lindblom deflected Josh Tholes high hopper, Kinsler scooped the ball with his glove and to first base in one motion to end the fourth. An inning later, Kinlser went toward to middle to glove Melky Cabreras grounder and was stumbling when he pushed the ball toward shortstop Elvis Andrus, who made a nice catch and pivot of his own to complete a double play. Notes: Blue Jays left-hander Brett Cecil got out all four batters he faced, stretching his scoreless streak to 16 innings. He has retired 24 batters in a row. ... Torontos win evened the all-time series between the teams to 195-195. ... Blue Jays SS Jose Reyes, out since April 12 because of a sprained ankle, is expected to begin an injury rehabilitation assignment with Class A Dunedin on Monday. He went through a second simulated game in Florida on Saturday, going 2 for 2 with a triple and two walks. ...

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