In case you missed it: August 6

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on Fox Sports Florida from Tuesday, August 6:

* Tampa Bay starter Jeremy Hellickson struggled for the second straight start, failing to get out of the fifth inning as the Rays fell on the road to the Diamondbacks. Read More

* Henderson Alvarez pitched a solid game once again, but the Marlins fell to the Pirates in walkoff fashion on Tuesday night in Pittsburgh. Read More

* Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was miserable in Tuesday’s practice — throwing four interceptions — but it is hard to judge the second-year signal-caller until he gets top weapon Mike Wallace back on the field. Read More

* The Orlando Magic will open the upcoming NBA season on the road against the Indiana Pacers in a homecoming of sorts for Victor Oladipo, the guard who was drafted second overall out of the University of Indiana. Read More | Full Schedule

* The Miami Heat will get 11 of their first 18 games of the 2013-14 season at home as the kick off their attempt for a third consecutive title. Read More | Full Schedule

* Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver is dealing with his niece’s terminal illness, an issue that looms larger than any positional battle he’ll face in camp. Read More

* Mike Pouncey, the Dolphins third-year center, says he would love to spend his entire career in Miami. Read More

* Johnthan Banks, the cornerback who was the Bucs’ top pick in the draft, has impressed Tampa Bay brass with his maturity and temperament, qualities that can be traced by the lessons imparted on him by his grandmother. Read More

* Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher says his football has no plans of having a rebuilding season despite losing three first-round picks and eight other starters to the NFL Draft. Read More

*Jaguars’ Denard Robinson switches to college number. Jacksonville’s “offensive weapon,” listed on the depth chart at four positions, switched from No. 29 to No. 16 on Tuesday and plans to wear it the rest of the season. Read More

*Rays’ Desmond Jennings to DL with with fractured finger. Tampa Bays Rays center fielder Desmond Jennings has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a fractured left middle finger. Read More