June 29, 2000
Rays smack into a wall named Wells
The Jays ace pitches his second complete game at Tampa Bay this year for his 13th win, best in baseball.
Today: Devil Rays vs. Blue Jays
Yan's job may be going up a Creek
ST. PETERSBURG -- The past few weeks, it appeared the only thing keeping Esteban Yan in the pitching rotation was lack of a better alternative.
Boggs declines shot at Olympics
ST. PETERSBURG -- A month ago, playing in the Olympics sounded like a dream to Wade Boggs. Turns out, it will remain just that.
Magic's cap fits Miller
Two of three first-round picks are dealt, leading to the big question: Will Duncan and Hill join the ex-UF star in Orlando?
- Magic's pick
- Harvey to Knicks, for now at least
He has been described as Dennis Rodman without the tattoos and colorful hair. And now former University of Florida power forward Donnell Harvey might get a chance to play in one of the NBA's most colorful cities.
Lightning targets tradition of New Year's Eve at home
TAMPA -- The NHL schedule has not been released, but Lightning fans probably can mark Dec. 31 as a home game. If the team has its way, they can make it an annual event.
Norman says surgery will refine game, not end career
The logical conclusion is that Greg Norman is done as a competitive golfer. He's coming off his highest round in the U.S. Open, 82, had surgery Wednesday to correct a lingering hip problem, and will miss next month's British Open, the major championship he's won twice.
As the gulf water temperature rises into the upper 80s, grouper will move into deeper water.