July 3, 2000
||Rays miss their chances
[Times photo: Michael Rondou]
A shot at a series win and Steve Trachsel's bid for .500 go unfulfilled in 5-2 loss to Yankees.
Tennis prodigies can learn from Raymond
WIMBLEDON, England -- What an oddball, this Lisa Raymond. Instead of growing up in a tennis academy, which can be baby boot camp, she clung to Philadelphia suburban normalcy.
Arena football seeks new level of success
A spinoff, af2, is a huge hit in mostly midsize, Southern cities. The league envisions up to 72 teams by 2004.
Gonzalez still might be on move from Detroit
Juan gone? Quite possibly.
Back to work is fine for jolly Roger, Yanks
ST. PETERSBURG -- Roger Clemens, it turns out, is a typical New Yorker after all.
Wounded working way back to lineup
ST. PETERSBURG -- If Greg Vaughn gets through today's rehabilitation workout the way he and manager Larry Rothschild expect, the Devil Rays leftfielder will receive a slightly belated birthday present.
If you can take the heat and thunderstorms don't run you off, then get out about 3 this afternoon and work the 2.4 monster-high tide for redfish around the mangrove islands.
Burton eyes new beginning
Pepsi 400 winner says consistency through the rest of the season could bring a Winston Cup points title.
Clearwater driver goes to extremes
For a brief moment, Hugh Fuller thinks he has won his class at the Suncoast Offshore Grand Prix. A penalty drops him to eighth.