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Rays reliever Rick White ponders the home run he just gave up to Ivan Rodriguez.
May 16, 2000

Devil Rays
Devil Rays tease and tumble again
An early lead falls and a late rally falls short in another frustrating loss, 6-5 to Texas thanks to an Ivan Rodriguez homer.

McCracken fits into double role
ARLINGTON -- He is neither a rightfielder nor an infielder. Yet it actually makes sense that Quinton McCracken has replaced rightfielder Dave Martinez and infielder Tony Graffanino.

College basketball
Knight stays, his fight goes
Indiana coach Bob Knight keeps his job, but he is punished for outbursts and faces a "zero-tolerance policy."

Hubert Mizell
Knight deserves to stay
Bob Knight will be okay if he's as courtly as Dean Smith, as civil as Mike Krzyzewski, as restrained as John Wooden, as fatherly with his players as Tom Izzo and as patient as that Bible guy, Job.

Motorsports
Day of grief for racing community
The expressions of grief concerning Busch Grand National driver Adam Petty had been heard from all corners of the racing community since his death Friday in a crash during practice at New Hampshire International Speedway.

Colleges
Track coach leaves USF for 'Noles
Bob Braman, also the Bulls cross-country coach, says FSU offers a chance to win a national title.

Bucs
Tampa Bay re-signs Robinson
TAMPA -- Bucs safety Damien Robinson, a restricted free agent, agreed to a one-year contract on Monday.

Golf
Six continue on qualifying road to Pebble Beach
TAMPA -- Golfers of every size and shape strive to play in the U.S. Open, but this year there is extra motivation.

Soccer
Diallo's goal-scoring earns him MLS award
Mamadou Diallo became the first Mutiny player to earn Major League Soccer's Player of the Week honor after scoring two goals in a 3-1 win against Columbus last Saturday. It was Diallo's second straight two-goal game, and he has seven goals in eight games since joining the Mutiny on April 15.

Preps

Outdoors
Captain's Corner
There are three major passes along Pinellas County that are holding schools of large snook. Clearwater Pass, John's Pass and Pass-a-Grille are hotspots during May, June and July.


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