July 24, 2000
Yanks drop Rays, Rekar 5-1 in Bronx
Bryan Rekar says he enjoys a challenge. Says he likes the idea of facing Greg Maddux in one start and Denny Neagle in the next. Says those kind of moments make baseball fun.
Williams gives as good as he gets
NEW YORK -- Gerald Williams gave a ball to good friend Derek Jeter Sunday. That was after he took a home run away from him.
President doesn't expect big shake-up
Don't look for the Tigers to be a serious shopper in the market for players -- or a salary-dumper -- as the free-agent deadline draws closer. "I think it's more likely we'll be status quo, or a buyer," team president John McHale told the Detroit Free Press.
At just 24 years old, Tiger Woods captures his fourth of the four major championships, winning the British Open by eight strokes and leaving yet another indelible mark in golf history.
That noise you hear is Capel winning 200
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- It was all behind him now. The noise and the egos and the injuries. The absurdity and the insanity and the surrealism.
Starting QB is always a King of confidence
Shaun King answers questions on the new offense, and recovering from a playoff loss.
Coleman signs four-year contract
TAMPA -- Before Tennessee guard Cosey Coleman reported to training camp Sunday, he made a stop at One Buc Place to sign a four-year, $2.386-million contract.
Despite the relentless heat of late, the snook fishing has been astonishing. I'm catching snook by the dozens on every outing, many weighing 10-15 pounds. More amazing is that these post-spawn fish are feeding during the middle of the day.
St. Lucie blanks Clearwater
CLEARWATER -- Jason Roach (1-0) held Clearwater to one hit in seven innings as St. Lucie beat the Phillies 2-0 Sunday night. Gary Bohannon earned his second save.
Bowden ready to do battle
HOT SPRINGS, Va. -- Florida State coach Bobby Bowden returned Saturday from a week's vacation at the scene of the Normandy invasion ready as ever for the battles that come with another season.