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July 26, 2002
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Camp at Disney? Get ready for all Bucs, all the time
Enjoy any Rays sports talk you hear today. Relish the highlights on local television sports updates. Because come Monday, it's all Bucs, all the time.

Bucs sign Brown for 1 year
TAMPA -- Lomas Brown should feel right at home on the New York state line.

Pedro douses good feelings
RED SOX 6, RAYS 0: Relying on finesse, ace keeps Tampa Bay from winning series.

Yankee rivalry? Well, not really
BOSTON -- The crowds, relatively speaking, will be big and loud. So, too, will the owners.

John Romano
Chauvinism rears its ugly gearhead
Behind every pioneer is an unwitting accomplice.

Taste for adventure
[Times photo: Bill Serne]
MARATHON -- Jimmy Hasson calls his daughter the "king" of the lobsters.

Daily fishing report
If first plan doesn't work, try another, then another

Tour de France
Armstrong moves closer to fourth Tour victory
CLUSES, France -- He won't say it, but he doesn't have to.

Official says strike can be avoided
NEW YORK -- Baseball's top labor lawyer said he believes there's a way to work out a new contract without another strike.

A late rally fails to lift Orlando over Seattle
ORLANDO -- Simone Edwards made a 15-foot shot with 32.9 seconds left, lifting Seattle over the Miracle 79-76 in a WNBA game Thursday.

Heinen leads John Deere Classic
SILVIS, Ill. -- Mike Heinen, trying to regain full PGA Tour membership, shot 8-under-par 63 Thursday to take a one-stroke lead over Fred Funk in the John Deere Classic.

Wyche finds voice again
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The voice that once boomed across football fields is now a whisper.

Et cetera
Feel free to enter fantasy leagues, but there's no pay
After last week's column about play-for-pay fantasy football leagues online, reader Ron Belanger of Hernando sent an e-mail pointing out an important asterisk for the topic: Florida residents are ineligible to win prizes from most fantasy football contests.

Area player explodes onto basketball scene
Ineligible for three seasons, Renaldo Balkman now has some major schools recruiting him.

Falcons have B team flying high
If this summer is any indication, Dunedin's baseball program is in good hands (and arms) for the next few years.

Citrus Park rolling along
Weather pushes the Major softball team's game back a day, the only tough obstacle it faced in the state tournament.

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