Work-in-progress Rays come up short again 6-3
Manager Hal McRae is positive, despite witnessing most of the reasons he wound up with his new job.
Naimoli: buyout statement false
ST. PETERSBURG -- Is the Rays' ownership group about to undergo a change as well?
Martinez is adding offense to the mix
ST. PETERSBURG -- As far as batting stats go, Felix Martinez is in uncharted territory.
Torn ligament puts Royals 2B on bench
Groggy Yanks rebound for win
Larkin, Reds slam Mets
West teams tilt the field
As playoffs open today, the stronger conference has seven 50-game winners.
Demmin different as a rookie
Extensive seasoning made the defender's adjustment a quick one.
Edwards won't be satisfied with sparkling debut
Storm playmaker says things "can get better" than his three-touchdown game in the opener.
Small kingfish have been holding in 50 to 70 feet of water. On a recent trip north of the Whistler Buoy, over some ledges, we ran into a large school of small kingfish ranging from 6 to 12 pounds. Slow trolling two live Spanish sardines on the surface produced one fish after another. While these smaller fish are fun to catch they won't do much good in a tournament. The smaller kings tend to run in schools while the larger fish are normally loners.
I have an intimidating story for you, kids
Eddie Cheever's IROC run-in with Dale Earnhardt at Daytona was the stuff of legend. Their rematch would have been today.
Dodge does it again for pole
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- Two months after it swept the top three spots in the season-opening Daytona 500, Dodge did the same Friday at Talladega Superspeedway for Sunday's Talladega 500.
Scelzi waits for winning feeling
One of Top Fuel's best looks to end minislump.
Under fire, Penders exits George Washington job
Sorenstam's window of chance narrows
Hurricanes hold off Devils one more time
2A-3 meet has no surprises
INVERNESS -- After comparing the regular-season results of district teams, most coaches in Class 2A, District 3 came to the following conclusion: If everything went as expected, the Lecanto girls and Citrus boys would win their third consecutive district title.
Jefferson's girls continue their rise
TAMPA -- A year ago, the Jefferson's girls did not win a meet. Now they are district champions.
Boys tennis roundup
Jesuit earns trip to state
Chiefs beat Sharks 3-2 for second time
RIVERVIEW -- Chamberlain and Riverview split 3-2 games earlier this season. Friday in the Western Conference title game, the Chiefs recorded their second 3-2 win. If the teams keep winning, they could meet again in the regional final. "The next one is the one that counts," Riverview coach Angie Slater said.
Girls tennis roundup
Short-handed King clobbers Plant City
Grand slam helps Cowboys cruise
SEFFNER -- When Clint Bliss broke his hand in a car crash earlier this season, sophomore Jason Baroff became Gaither's starting first baseman.
Countryside routs Northeast in five
CLEARWATER -- Just days after rising to No. 2 in a major national poll, Countryside showed yet again why there might not be a better team anywhere.
St. Petersburg can't hang with Dunedin
DUNEDIN -- Dunedin scored 12 runs in the first two innings and rolled to a 13-2 mercy-rule win over St. Petersburg to capture the Pinellas County Athletic Conference title. After beating a surging Dixie Hollins 8-6 to reach the final and with John Stang (4-3) on the mound, the Green Devils believed they had a chance against Dunedin.