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November 1, 2001
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World Series
Jeter the first Mr. November
[AP photo]
Yankees star caps comeback just after midnight with winning homer in 10th.

Thinking outside the lines
Game 5 starter Miguel Batista is a writer, poet and overall deep thinker. And he can pitch a little.

World Series chatter

World Series notebook

John Romano
Martinez rescues Yankees
NEW YORK -- The talk is the Yankees have no place for Tino Martinez beyond this postseason. If that is so, he at least has a spot in Yankee lore.

Lecavalier, team deny trade rumors
But they will admit there was tension between the center and coach John Tortorella.

Abraham demotion a wakeup call for all
Coincidence or not, the Bucs reacted to the shakeup with a big win.

Alstott is NFL's Player of the Week
TAMPA -- Fullback Mike Alstott was given the Miller Lite Player of the Week Award for his play in Tampa Bay's 41-14 blowout of Minnesota on Sunday.

College football
Oops! Florida hopes not to do them again
Penalties and turnovers have not cost the Gators so far. But they want to reduce them before they do.

Extra points

Ex-official dismisses Spurrier's allegations
GAINESVILLE -- Two former Tennessee players who live in the Knoxville area, referee Rocky Goode and back judge Terry Brown, were on the SEC crew that coach Steve Spurrier blasted Sunday for poor officiating at Saturday's Georgia game.

Practice reports
Gators to make changes

Selmon Jr. faces civil complaint
A Hillsborough Community College student seeks $15,000 from the USF player.

Fittipaldi will race in Busch qualifier
Open-wheel star Christian Fittipaldi tested at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Tuesday -- in a stock car.

Et cetera
Sports in brief
French skier dies of head injury

Win in N.J. delivers Wiseman top payday
Danny Wiseman's hot-flame shirt matched his game as the right-hander stopped Steve Jaros 255-226 to win the PBA Johnny Petraglia Open on Tuesday at North Brunswick, N.J.

Calm waters wrap up championships
The overall winners had been determined a day earlier so the only surprise on the closing day of the world disabled sailing championships was the weather. After a week of punishing winds and white-capped waves, the wind and waves moderated to provide a classic fall day of racing on Tampa Bay.

Daily fishing report
Water temperatures on flats in the North Suncoast area have taken a dive. This week the gauge read 65 degrees near Honeymoon Island. Though this is not necessarily too cold for good fishing, most fish need time to get over the shock of a 10-degree drop. Trout, redfish and especially snook will be slow to feed for a few days until they feel more comfortable.

Lots of cash, little fanfare
The Tour Championship brings the rich together, but not much else matters.

30th win caps Annika's year
Somewhat lost in another Annika Sorenstam victory on Sunday over Se Ri Pak at the World Ladies Match Play Championship was that it was her 30th career LPGA Tour title.

Saturday's volleyball tournaments

Bucs-Terps rivalry as intense as ever
TAMPA -- Yes, it's the same old song about Tampa Prep and Berkeley Prep. The rivalry, the history, the talent. The buzz hasn't rested for 24 years and it's not about to take a back seat now, even with four other local teams still alive in the state playoffs.

Bowl game extends seasons for teams
St. Petersburg Catholic and Osceola, a combined 14-3 this season, will face off in the Time Warner Bowl, which will be broadcast live on TV.

Top runners ready for tuneup
There should be few surprises at this week's district meets.

Volleyball regionals
All matches take place Saturday

Smooth greens, smooth sailing?
Wharton's boys team is full of talented putters who are eager for a state title and hoping for smooth, fast greens.

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