May 24, 2000
|Rekar relieves Rays' turmoil
[Times photo: Jonathan Newton]
Right-hander comes in for injured starter Eiland to shut down A's in a 6-4 win.
Alvarez says he's done
With his shoulder still hurting, the Rays pitcher says he expects to have surgery soon.
Move to NL still on hold
A realignment vote next month is postponed amid reports the plan doesn't have the votes to pass.
LaMar: Canseco is staying put, for now
ST. PETERSBURG -- Until the Devil Rays know they are going to the National League, Jose Canseco probably isn't going to the Yankees or anywhere else.
Crawford's choice is Rays' gain
It will never be known how good Carl Crawford might have been had he accepted a football scholarship to Nebraska. But it looks as if Crawford made the right decision to focus on a baseball career.
Pacers' offense potent
Six players score in double figures in 102-88 win in the East final opener.
Heading home after a recent trip near the Mexican Pride, I watched two frigate birds circle approximately 30 feet above the water. Knowing they were watching something below the surface, I headed in their direction. As I approached, I saw flying fish being chased out of the water. That was all I needed to see.
Lowe's is B. Labonte's kind of track
Bobby Labonte enters today's Coca-Cola 600 qualifying with a string of successes on 1.5-mile circuits.
Without a road game, Ralston's week 'weird'
It was Saturday night, and Steve Ralston was sitting on his living-room couch. Game time was approaching, and for the past 24 hours, Ralston hadn't felt like himself.
After coach gets angry, baseball team makes noise
GAINESVILLE -- The turnaround took place in a losing dugout at South Carolina in mid-March, when baseball coach Andy Lopez decided it was time for some tough love.
Softball team sees better days ahead
The softball team had hoped to reach the World Series for the first time since 1993, but it came up short last weekend in Los Angeles.
Cardieri wonders what might have been
TAMPA -- As the dust settled after Friday's 19-6 loss to Houston in the Conference USA baseball tournament, Bulls coach Eddie Cardieri and his team took solace in being been waxed by a good team.
Dulick may be out for season
Where have we heard this before: Storm plays game. Storm loses wide receiver to injury.
Recruiting allegations surface at Armwood
King files a complaint over the transfer of Keith Watts, a football player and track athlete.
Bad back? No problem
Canterbury's Kris Goddard overcame an injury and is the Pinellas County player of the year.
Mustangs promote assistant to head job
"We were really young last year, and we look for a lot of improvement," new coach Chip McAllister says.