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Charlie McCarthy breaks down what happened in the Heat's road defeat at the hands of the Spurs, Miami's second consecutive defeat.
Their star is back, their longtime stalwart has been traded, and a new presence has joined the fray. But even with the shuffle, the Lightning have to find a way to overcome the changes and find once more the form that made them one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.
New Lightning captain Steven Stamkos was back on the ice for the first time in nearly four months, but his return wasn't enough for Tampa Bay, which couldn't muster much against the visiting Sabres on Thursday night.
Scooter Haggins has battled injuries during his career at Florida State, but the senior wide receiver is back and hoping to step in for the departed Kenny Shaw and Kelvin Benjamin.
After trading Martin St. Louis to the Rangers, the Lightning's choice for their next captain was an obvious one: Steven Stamkos.
Game day tweets from Miami Heat players and beat writers.
Follow along as the Lightning take on the Sabres
Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia faced off against his former Red Sox teammates Thursday afternoon, and while he was pleased to see some of them, the mini reunion only served to reinforce his determination to help build the Marlins into a contender.
Allen Iverson had his number retired last week by the Philadelphia 76ers. The Tampa Bay Rays released a video congratulating Iverson in which Joe Maddon reinacts Iversonís famous practice rant. © The Professor for Rays Index, 2014. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us Post tags:
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers likely will be active shoppers during free agency because they have many holes to fill. Defensive end headlines the needs, but there are others.
The matchup of American League East rivals Baltimore and Tampa Bay in Sarasota, Fla., Thursday was washed out by rain.
Rays hitting coach Derek Shelton noted that the Arizona Fall League is a good place for players to develop. Shelton gained valuable experience while in Arizona, too.
Pitch framing is a common topic of conversation at DRaysBay, but it's not common knowledge for everyone. Whether you are new to the concept of quantifying a catcher's framing of the strikezone, or a seasoned sabermatrician, it's important to know where this research is coming from. At first, catcher framing metrics were the diamonds in the rough at the bottom of the coal mine we call PITCHf/x data. The industry's best got hired, and there was a season in 2012 when we weren't sure what the n
Given the nasty front that soaked the west coast of Florida on Thursday morning, the fact that the Rays-Orioles game in Sarasota was cancelled didn't surprise anyone. The Rays were just appreciative that the game got called early.
Dotting the Rays' roster this spring are a number of vertically challenged hurlers. Steve Geltz, Brandon Gomes, Joel Peralta, and Kirby Yates are all under 6-feet and all are right-handed, an odd fact based on the composition of most Major League rosters.
Six months after coming under new management with the goal of winning a Stanley Cup and weeks after announcing its intent to become a cap team, the Florida Panthers took the first step in putting that plan into motion.
Recently fired Miami Dolphins trainer Kevin O‚??Neill reportedly has hired a West Palm Beach-based law firm to represent him. O'Neill was fired last month in the aftermath of the Ted Wells report that resulted from the team's infamous bullygate scandal.
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