Foerster banking on new (improved?) OL
TAMPA -- Chris Foerster has new toys. Well, really, a couple of old ones. In a season of Bucs strength, their weakest sector in 1999 was a talent-shy, injury-mangled offensive line. Foerster coaches those guys. He needed help.
Soccer sends family packing
Steve Trittschuh, wife, daughter have a home for now with Mutiny.
Kaleo hoping for long-term relationship
After bouncing around the Arena League, the new Storm quarterback is ready to stay put.
UF tennis teams set for NCAA
This year, Florida's men join the women as tournament contenders.
Two more wins will extend St. Leo's breakthrough season
||A gem of an encore
First Pedro Martinez; now Orlando Hernandez falls to Steve Trachsel and the Rays 1-0.
Hit Show becomes Punch & Judy show
NEW YORK -- The Devil Rays have turned into a singles club.
Sliding Halladay tries to simplify
Lance Painter, usually a reliever, took Roy Halladay's spot in the Toronto rotation and won his first start Wednesday night. In five innings he allowed one run on two hits and struck out eight Orioles, including seven of the first nine.
Patrick carving niche with 'Outtakes' book
In ESPN The Magazine's irreverent "Outtakes" segment, Dan Patrick explores personalities like a guest being invited into the home of a famous athlete.