July 10, 2000
Sampras' emotions overflow
WIMBLEDON, England -- King Peter VII. He's the Wimbledon reign man, also rain man. Neither Britain's drippy weather nor Australia's spunky Patrick Rafter could dry Centre Court's glory gush for Pete Sampras.
Hamilton: Rays' future present
ATLANTA -- Oh, what a view there is in Turner Field. In rightfield, for instance, you can see the future.
Broken record for break: Rays lose
Rupe's return just adds to pitching problems in a 10-9 loss to the Marlins.
Braves wanted McGriff last year
ATLANTA -- Fred McGriff is coming back to Atlanta as an All-Star.
Rupe's pitching remains lacking
MIAMI -- Upon calling him up Sunday from Triple-A Durham, Devil Rays manager Larry Rothschild said it was time for Ryan Rupe to pitch the way he is capable.
One of the most frequently asked questions at seminars is "How can I become a better fisherman?" The obvious answer is spend more time on the water. But you can do other things to improve your skills and knowledge.
Devil Rays split a doubleheader
ST. PETERSBURG -- Tony Pigott went 3-for-4 with a homer and four RBI and Andrew Beinbrink went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI to lead the Devil Rays to a 10-2 win over St. Lucie in Game 1 of Sunday's doubleheader. Delvin James (6-8) held the Mets to one run on two hits in six innings.