July 19, 2000
St. Andrews never goes out of style
St. ANDREWS, Scotland -- Down a cobblestone street from the University of St. Andrews, the elder among Scottish cathedrals of learning (christened in 1412), are wind-whacked seaside acres where in 1553 village bosses with an odd approach to spelling voted public access for "goff, futball, schuting, at all gamis with all uther, as ever thye pleis and ony time."
||Tempers flare in ugly loss
[Times Photo: Kevin White]
Three hit batters, Rothschild's bumping of umpire mar Braves' 8-2 rout of Rays.
Canseco makes Winn odd man out
ST. PETERSBURG -- Randy Winn came to Tropicana Field packed and ready to go to Toronto with the rest of the team. Instead, he headed back to Triple A.
Maddux is super, ho-hum
The Braves ace again shows why he's a master, pitching out of jams with ease.
Life just gets better for Ramsey
Orlando Rays manager Mike Ramsey doesn't consider what he's doing work.
Magic, Pistons will square off at Ice Palace
The NBA will come to the Ice Palace for the first time on Oct. 13, when the Magic faces the Pistons in a preseason game.
Bucs pick Coleman holding out
TAMPA -- Until guard Cosey Coleman, the Bucs' second-round choice, is under contract, helikely will hold out of rookie workouts, his agent said Tuesday.
Intense sports fans have found their niche on the Internet, spending numerous hours on message boards defending their teams, trashing others and forming "families."
Arena League owners ratify player accord
Four months after the Arena season was canceled in a labor dispute (it later was reinstituted), owners and players are close to finalizing a six-year basic agreement.
Late single sinks Yankees 2-1
TAMPA -- Ismael Gallo had a two-run single in the eighth inning as the Vero Beach Dodgers came back to beat the Yankees 2-1. Jorge Nunez and Jeff Auterson scored on the play.
Hankinson pushes league to set up reserve teams
It took the July 8 exhibition against Colombian first division team Millionarios for Mutiny coach Tim Hankinson to confirm his fear: His reserves need more playing time.
The two-day Florida lobster sportsman season is July 26-27. Divers and snorkelers are preparing for the annual pilgrimage to the Keys.
Sprint wreck leaves young driver in coma
A last-lap crash during a Tampa Bay Area Racing Association event Saturday has left a promising 17-year-old driver in critical condition at a Jacksonville hospital.