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 July 5, 2000

Rays wave the white flag
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[Times photo: Michael Rondou]
An 11-0 bombing by the Tigers, Tampa Bay's worst shutout loss, has Larry Rothschild curt and players apologetic.
Hubert Mizell
Williams showdown is set for semifinals
WIMBLEDON, England -- This is Britain, so there's no celebrating the Fourth of July, but on a historic tennis battleground, a gabby and ambitious King Richard plus gifted daughters Venus and Serena turned Tuesday into a Yankee Doodle Williams Dandy.

Devil Rays
Rays wave the white flag
An 11-0 bombing by the Tigers, Tampa Bay's worst shutout loss, has Larry Rothschild curt and players apologetic.

Against wishes, Vaughn held out
ST. PETERSBURG -- Greg Vaughn said he is prepared to play. Larry Rothschild said Vaughn will be even more prepared Friday.

Tonight: Tigers at Devil Rays
At a glance

Fans rally, vote Kent an All-Star
Ivan Rodriguez receives the most votes, while the Devil Rays get few. No Rays were voted onto the team.

Minor leagues
Everything clicking for Charleston
After a decidedly average first half, in which the Charleston RiverDogs were 35-35 and in the middle of the South Atlantic League pack, the team has caught fire in the second.

Soccer
Mutiny offense dominates
Eric Quill scores twice, and Mamadou Diallo nails his league-leading 17th goal in a 3-0 win over D.C. United.

Arena football
Late surge has Storm close to playoffs
The Storm players say they were written off early in the season, and maybe they were.

Outdoors
Captain's corner
July marks the start of "funky time." This is when fish change their diet from large baits to very small. This event occurs every year during the threadfin herring spawn and frustrates anglers who are not prepared to downsize.

Et cetera

  • Rookie, veteran win Midnight Run 10K
    DUNEDIN -- A first-time runner of the Kiwanis Mease Midnight Run and an 11-race veteran captured the 21st running of the 10-kilometer event along Dunedin Causeway Tuesday morning.


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