June 6, 2000
Rocco Baldelli plans to bypass basketball and volleyball college scholarships to play baseball.
Little-seen Rocco is Rays' pick
Though he battled injury much of the year, the high school outfielder dazzled with his athleticism.
Rays get it done in 12th
Vinny Castilla's two-run single gives Tampa Bay a 5-3 win over the Phillies.
Vaughn is forced to sit, reluctantly
PHILADELPHIA -- Greg Vaughn's right hamstring was sore Monday, but that was nothing compared with the pain of being out of the lineup for the eighth time in 10 games.
Gibbs' Bonser rises into first round
Boof Bonser was a Little League icon, crushing home runs at a record rate. As a sophomore at Gibbs, he led his high school team to the state tournament. This year, before his senior season, he was named the No. 1 power hitting prospect in the nation by Baseball America.
Devils' magic number: 3
New Jersey scores 3 goals in 3:41 of the 3rd period for a 3-1 win and a 3-1 lead over Dallas in the Stanley Cup final.
Stain removal will be hard for Lewis
Ah, what a fine day it must be around the offices of Atlanta District Attorney Paul Howard and his stumbling band of backup singers. Thanks to dedication, hard work and a commitment to justice, they have, in order, proved the following:
With murder charges dropped, Lewis must learn a lesson, they say.
Atkins unsure about future with Magic
TAMPA -- Former South Florida point guard Chucky Atkins, who just completed a solid rookie season with the Magic, said he is unsure if he will be with the team next season.
K. Petty a strong finisher in relief
Less than one month after his son, Adam, died in a racing accident, Kyle Petty went back to the track over the weekend because even during hard times, it's where his family finds comfort.
Johnson returns despite back pains
TAMPA -- Bucs receiver Keyshawn Johnson practiced for the first time in seven days Monday and said the nagging back spasms that forced him to miss three off-season workouts last week are beginning to subside.
Berkeley the mightiest of all
The Tampa school far outdistances the five-county field in points accumulated for sports achievements.
3 baseball coaches leave Pinellas jobs
They cite commuting, family and a career move as reasons.
Williams' clay game stronger match by match
Venus Williams is one of the biggest stars in tennis, but she wasn't supposed to be here today. Not in the French Open quarterfinals. Not staring at a draw so open she can reasonably see herself in the final.
You can't help but notice there is waterfront everywhere you go in Florida.