May 2, 2000
Making a pitch for a new dish
Rothschild has a possible answer to these homer-happy times: widen the plate.
Yes, they have a pitching plan
ST. PETERSBURG -- Contrary to the opinion of some who watch their games and write letters to the editors, the Devil Rays do have a clue about their starting pitching.
Wetteland closes in on a milestone
John Wetteland is two saves away from becoming the 12th member of the 300-save club.
The hockey player's code: "You get sliced up, you go out and play."
MLS players are atypical pro athletes
TAMPA- There were the usual calls to Laguna Niguel, Calif. They belonged to Josh Keller. The ones to Missouri City, Texas, were Eric Quill's. The rest belonged to Chad McCarty, including a bunch to Fresno where Chad's girlfriend lived.
Inspired Ilie drawing attention in a few ways
You may not know much about the top player in this week's U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships in suburban Orlando. But Andrew Ilie of Australia should be good for at least a few laughs during the week.
Triathletes to chase 3 spots
Hunter Kemper of Orlando placed seventh in the men's triathlon at the World Championships in Perth, Australia, on Sunday and secured three berths in the Olympic triathlon for the United States.
South Florida lineman facing firearm charge
TAMPA -- South Florida left tackle Kenyatta Jones was arrested April 21 and charged with possession of a concealed firearm, a felony, and resisting arrest without violence, a misdemeanor.
Wind ... Wind ... I will spare you the details of my hatred for the wind. Other than that the fishing has been active.