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Lynden trail played his high school football at Booker T. Washington in Miami, Florida where he played defensive end, tight end and wide receiver. Trail earned first-team All-Dade honors and was widely regarded as a four star recruit. After considering
Former Rays first round pick Ryne Stanek has been unable to build a base due to injury. He'll look to do that this season with the Stone Crabs.
Strikers Rebound In Victorious Manner from Last Week’s Loss The Fort Lauderdale Strikers rebounded strong after their loss to F.C. Edmonton from last week by putting up three goals and only allowing one in their win against Ottawa Fury
FSU Baseball closed out part three of its wild weekend trilogy in Coral Gables park with record high temperatures, hot bats for Miami, and zero runs for the garnet and gold. The #13 Miami Hurricanes ( 31-13, 16-8 ACC)
Chris Archer dominated the Blue Jays despite being under the weather Sunday en route to the Rays first series sweep and fifth consecutive win.
Alex Colome made what he hopes will be his last rehab start before returning to the Rays going six innings and allowing one run to the Gwinnett Braves.
NBA: TOM THIBODEAU LIKELY TO BE FIRED While his team is up 3-1 against the Milwaukee Bucks in the opening round of the NBA playoffs, Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau’s future is likely in doubt beyond this season.
Though Chris Archer had some conflict with the Toronto Blue Jays the last time he faced them, he doesn't expect that to carry over into Sunday's finale.
KEITH OLBERMANN: “I WILL NOT GIVE FLOYD MAYWEATHER A DIME” Two major events with dominant headlines are about to collide making it one of the most anticipated weekends in recent sports memory. The NFL draft and the much-anticipated boxing match between
Winning at home used to be a key ingredient to the Rays success but after a losing home 2014 season the magic appears to be returning to Tropicana Field.