Kennedy gets the call for the Rays
Left-handed pitcher put up minor-league numbers that ultimately were too good to ignore.
Mariners too much for Rays 8-4
Tampa Bay stays close early but loses 3rd in row on West Coast.
White at least happy he has an answer
SEATTLE -- Matt White is disappointed about missing the rest of the season and sore from the surgery on his right shoulder, but more than anything else Friday he was relieved.
You don't say
When left-hander Joe Kennedy starts for the Rays on Wednesday, it will end a streak of 219 games of being all right.
Rays on deck
WHERE: Safeco Field.
Clemens might miss turn at Shea
Webb rests on 65
Karrie Webb beats rain for 5-shot lead; many must finish round this morning.
Jones shoots for first major championship
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- Her resume is filled with accomplishments. Eleven LPGA Tour titles, more than $5-million in career earnings. But Rosie Jones never has won a major championship.
A 263-foot jump, or deadly plunge
Tommy Pearson will attempt to jump a canyon with no backup safety plan.
Fractured Mutiny tries to end feud
Valderrama fight at practice is the latest problem in a frustrating season of losses and red cards.
For some players, it pays to be uninformed
They say they stay away from papers, TV to avoid being fazed by Stanley Cup hype.
First-half misfires doom Orlando rally
Despite a late 12-0 run to tie the score, Miracle loses its opener to Los Angeles 68-62 thanks to 24 percent shooting in the first 20 minutes.
UF football player fails a drug test
A Florida football player failed a random drug test, the athletic department said Friday.
The daily fishing report
Anyone can catch fish when they are active and feeding. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
Groups moot Tampa CART race
The State Fair Authority has met with promoters and concerned neighbors. If it goes through, a race wouldn't happen until 2003.
Beyond basic training
An increasing number of high school baseball players work out with personal trainers. And the results show.