Today's Whitney Johnson News

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Biggest Sports Stories Of 2014 In Tampa Bay

It was a year of departures for Tampa Bay in 2014. Greg Schiano, Martin St. Louis, and Joe Maddon all left in 2014. Maddon's departure the most shocking.

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Some Fans Not Happy With Bucs “Tanking”

The good news is the Bucs have the #1 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. The bad news? The Bucs "tanked" the 2nd half of their Week 17 finale.

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Tom Foley Embracing Opportunity As Rays Bench Coach

New Rays bench coach Tom Foley talked about getting the news from Kevin Cash and how excited he was to accept the job.

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Pervasive Fear That Rays Will Leave Tampa Bay

Adam Berry of MLB.com isn't necessarily surprised the vote went no because of the redevelopment issue. Adam thinks the vote was good for St. Pete.

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St. Pete Council Rejects Rays Stadium Search

Rock Riley of Bright House Sports Network and Whitney Johnson talked about the St. Pete Council vote and what it means for the future of the Rays.

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Matt Joyce Shocked He Was Traded To Angels

Rays and current Angels OF Matt Joyce talks about his initial reaction to hearing the news that he had been traded from the Rays to the Angels.

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Kevin Cash Working Towards Finding Bench Coach

New Rays Manager Kevin Cash talked about the relationship he wants to establish with his team. Kevin also talks about the search for a bench coach.

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Derek Shelton “Shocked” Joe Maddon Left Rays

Rays hitting coach Derek Shelton talks about the shock of Joe Maddon leaving and how the team is moving forward. Derek also talks about Kevin Cash.

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Dave Doeren Looking Forward To Challenge Against UCF

Dave talks about the excitement surrounding this bowl game especially with the success UCF has had in recent years.

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Drew Fellios To Leave Bright House Sports For ESPN

Drew has been a mainstay on Bright House Sports Network and after much consideration, Drew has decided to make the next step in his career and join ESPN.