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May 19, 2001
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Starter Tanyon Sturtze, who couldn't get through the fifth, is disgusted after giving up a three-run homer to Juan Encarnacion.
Devil Rays
Rays: record lows

In their latest loss, 18-2 to Detroit, Tampa Bay gives up the most runs at home and tie mark for runs, hits given up in an inning.

Guillen on DL; Tyner called up
Rays stuff

Darrell Fry
We all should receive star treatment

While riding the London subway a few years ago, I watched as a woman tried to keep her toddler seated by threatening to punish him if he got up again. Invariably, the tyke left his seat once again and the woman quickly yanked him back down, again threatening punishment for any further disobedience.

The Preakness
Monarchos racing his trainer's fears

The Kentucky Derby winner faces tight turns and blazing speed in his Triple Crown quest.

OT win gives Avs 3-1 lead

Stephane Yelle scores for a 4-3 victory over the Blues.

Auto racing
Seeking a piece of the NASCAR pie

With interest and revenue at all-time highs, stock car circuit will face its first rivals.

No. 1 Spurs vs. no. 2 Lakers


Lacy wants challenge

The St. Petersburg 168-pounder, who won his first two bouts easily, fights tonight.

Arena football
Storm, yes, but little Fury

Tampa Bay holds Detroit scoreless in the second half for 41-14 win.

As Mutiny sags, rival is on roll

First-place Miami catches Tampa Bay without Diallo and winless in four games.


  • Aquinas advances in final at-bat
    TAMPA -- All but two of Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas' players dyed their hair the week before the Class 5A semifinal against Lakeland.
  • Wildcats' Blue team wins bragging rights
    WESLEY CHAPEL -- The trash talk began early last week and reached its zenith Friday, with each side looking for an edge in Wesley Chapel's Blue/White spring football game.
  • Tampa, Saint Leo play
    TAMPA -- Joey Watts put up impressive numbers as a senior pitcher at Brandon High School. But despite going 11-0 with a 1.68 ERA, he admitted he "didn't pitch well in big games."
  • One big inning helps Wellington earn win
    TAMPA -- Lake Mary's Adam Sanabria held West Palm Beach Wellington hitless for three nnings. But the second time through the order proved much more troublesome.
  • Six-run fifth lifts Warhawks
    TAMPA -- Ordinarily, being on the short end of a 2-1 score in the middle of the game wouldn't be a big deal for Seminole.
  • Prep notebook
  • Reserve role didn't mean pine time
    They were the adults, but they learned a thing or two Christmas Day.

Captain's corner

Tarpon are traveling up the bay, along the beach, through the passes and around the Intracoastal Waterway.

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