May 30, 2000
|Saints or sinners?
[Times photo: Jonathan Newton]
Third baseman Vinny Castilla fields a grounder in his turn-back-the-clock uniform Sunday in St. Petersburg.
Home is where 1 Ray gets
One run on 13 hits -- 12 of them singles -- means a 5-1 loss to the Orioles.
Winn's sore wrist holds him back
One of Randy Winn's biggest assets is that he can bat from both sides of the plate.
Athletes should be policed well
Check today's crime headlines. Scan police blotters. Any jock names? Any reason to wail, "Oh, no, not again?"
Devils owe their run to mouth that roared
A well-timed tirade by coach Larry Robinson lifted New Jersey out of a funk, over the Flyers and into the Cup final.
Cup-winning goal Stars' thorn
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Almost a year after Brett Hull's foot-in-the-crease goal gave the Stars the Stanley Cup, some Dallas players said they still are feeling the fallout.
College coach is a candidate
The Lightning's search for an assistant coach stretched to Minnesota, where Mark Huglen, coach of the University of Minnesota-Crookston, received a call from Tampa Bay coach Steve Ludzik.
French suspense is over
In 3 hours, 39 minutes on Day 1, Pete Sampras exits the Open with a five-set loss to Mark Philippoussis.
Hingis needs French redemption
Martina Hingis is going about this French Open like it's just another tournament, but there's a lot on the line for her.
Of the 40-some years I've been tarpon fishing, few have started off more memorably than this one. Sharing the excitement of 14-year-old Jason McGrath's first fish, a 149-pounder we caught in the Manatee River on opening day of the Suncoast Tarpon Roundup, was equaled when we gaffed 68-year-old Don Kearney's most recent one, a 155-pounder a couple of days later.
Seminoles, 'Canes hook up again
Florida State gets home field, but draws a difficult and all-too-familiar foe for this weekend's Super Regional.
Rookie wins becoming common
It was just last season that Tony Stewart's record three victories as a Winston Cup rookie seemed a remarkable feat.
Lancer's monster numbers make him county's best
His coach calls him a perfectionist. And Seminole Presbyterian's Adam Rogers almost took it literally.
Bogie's Baxter soars above Pinellas pack
At the state track meet, the Times' track athlete of the year tied the high jump record, placed sixth in the triple jump and helped the 4x100 relay to second place.
Calhoun, Phillips commit to colleges
Shomari Calhoun of St. Petersburg Catholic has signed to play basketball with Talladega College, an NAIA school in Alabama.