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June 19, 2000

U.S. Open
Tiger takes legendary major
Woods finishes 12 under par and 15 strokes ahead of his nearest competitor.

Devil Rays
Rays keep rolling on modest goal
A 6-1 win over Texas caps a fourth straight series victory for Tampa Bay, 10-6 in June.

  • Ailing Guzman fears the worst
    Juan Guzman won't know for sure until he visits orthopedic surgeon James Andrews on Wednesday, but it doesn't sound as if he will be pitching for the Devil Rays any time soon, if at all this season.

Hubert Mizell
Baldelli gives glimpse of talent
ST. PETERSBURG -- Teenage ears absorbed a new, powerful, exciting big-league sound. A skinny kid from Rhode Island, freshly frocked in a Devil Rays uniform, propelled Sunday morning batting practice baseballs into Tropicana Field's leftfield seats.

NBA finals
Los Angeles seeking Game 6 closure
LOS ANGELES -- They do things differently in Tinseltown, the city that Reggie Miller playfully said is all about glamor, Evian water and caffe latte.

Outdoors
Captain's corner
Small sharks have kept many anglers busy on the flats lately. The sharks' hard-fighting power and long runs have put a big-game spin on 8-pound test rigs intended for trout or redfish.

Mutiny
Stop Diallo, stop the Mutiny; L.A. shows league how to do it
Another missed penalty kick Saturday also helps drop Tampa Bay to 2-6 on the road.


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