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May 14, 2001
Devil Rays
Rays rebound, avoid sweep
[AP photo]
A day after being shut out, Tampa Bay returns the favor, defeating the Indians 7-0.

Start gives Cox chance to relax
CLEVELAND -- Slumped in a chair in the corner of the clubhouse, Steve Cox was joking with teammates that he was too tired to get up. This is what happens when they make you play a full nine innings.

Hubert Mizell
Wishing for playoff fever for central Florida teams
Watching these NHL and NBA playoffs, I feel like a TV-dependent outsider, with no more late-May attachment than a hockey zealot in Montana or a basketball nut on some West Virginia mountaintop.

New stadiums helping NFL generate big bucks
Financial figures revealed in league's trial with Raiders provide insight into its money-making ways.

Father's passion spurs son's tribute mission
John J. Pizzio was Seminole Presbyterian baseball's driving force. After his death, son J.J. took up the cause.

Kobe, Lakers cruise 119-113
Bryant completes a head-spinning weekend with a career game, sweeping the Kings.

UF advances to round of 16
GAINESVILLE -- Whitney Laiho walked away from her tennis team's huddle on Sunday afternoon angry.

College roundup
Houston tops USF 12-2 in baseball

Captain's corner
In the Old Salt's 14th annual TV John Trolling Tournament, this year's Master Angler award went to Sound Waves. The winning team consisted of Derrell McCrary (bonita, 8.82 pounds), Rob Buchner (grouper, 12.94, and Spanish mackerel, 2.96) and Jim Curry (king mackerel, 7.04) with Capt. Mark Ternes.

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