In case you missed it: August 4

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on Fox Sports Florida from Sunday, August 4:
* Running back Lamar Miller atoning an early miscue was one of Chris Tomasson’s five observations about the Dolphins from their preseason debut. Read More 
* The Dolphins — decked out in their new uniforms — were able to rally a bit in the second half but ultimately came up short in their exhibition opener against the Cowboys in the Hall of Fame Game. Read More 
* Like many baseball fans around the country, some of the Rays players are ready for the baseball to be past the Biogenesis scandal and the punishments that come from it. Read More 
* Former Marlins manager Jack McKeon — who was once an avid cigar smoker — has given up the habit in the wake of his June heart surgery. Read More 
* Memorable faces from the 2003 World Series champion Marlins were at Marlins Park on Sunday afternoon to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their title, and players such as Ivan Rodriguez marveled at rookie phenom Jose Fernandez. Read More 
* Wil Myers blasted a two-run home run and the Tampa Bay bullpen came through with some stellar relief as the Rays held off the Giants to take their three-game series. Read More 
* The Marlins were stifled by Cleveland starter Scott Kazmir and the Indians’ bullpen in a 2-0 loss at home on Sunday afternoon. Read More 
* Tampa Bay Rays left-hander Matt Moore played catch Sunday morning at Tropicana Field, throwing 25 to 30 times from 60 feet as he eyes a mid-August return to the rotation. Read More