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July 14, 2001
Motorsports
NASCAR's new frontiers never end
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[AP photo]
This week, Chicago becomes the latest big market to experience NASCAR firsthand for the first time.
Lightning
Lightning signs Andreychuk
The signing of the 37-year-old left wing caps off a productive week for the Lightning.

Devil Rays
McGriff minding family
Slugger's agent says his comfort in bay area is holding up trade to Cubs.

Fickle Rays fall back again, 6-2
MONTREAL -- So which team shows up today?

Team to remember slain Tampa officer
MONTREAL -- The Rays are planning to make a sizable donation in memory of slain Tampa police officer Lois Marrero as part of Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on July 21.

Outta leftfield

Rays on deck

Sports technology
A view of the future
Interactive technology will soon transform the way viewers experience sports on television.

Arena Football/Storm
Storm loses in Nashville
Tampa Bay misses out on the Southern Division championship with the 45-38 loss.

Mutiny
Swoon leaves many questions
Considered an MLS Cup contender, the Mutiny instead is wallowing in last place.

Interim tag removed from Mutiny's coach
The Mutiny made it official Friday, naming Perry Van Der Beck to replace coach Alfonso Mondelo, who resigned on July 6.

Outdoors
Daily fishing report
Kingfish action remains strong offshore in at least 40 feet of water. My routine each morning begins with jigging up threadfin herring that are huddled close to local passes.

Et cetera
NFL roundup
Bears give up rights to ex-UF star Capel

Sports Extra
The influence of young Austin
I didn't know Austin Cadwallader. But I wish I had.

Misinformed leader loses AJGA tourney
PALM HARBOR -- As Kevin Na butchered the final hole, the name Jean Van de Velde came out in whispers around the 18th green of the Copperhead course.

Tourney starts today
East Lake, Dunedin Post 275 and Gulfport Post 125 have emerged from a forfeit-laden season in the north division to qualify for the eight-team double-elimination Southwest Area American Legion B tournament at Bradenton Lakewood Ranch High.

Warhawk signs deal
Bill Killalea was listening to the sixth round of the baseball draft over the Internet when he heard St. Louis draft someone named John from Seminole High School.

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