In case you missed it: October 2

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from FOX Sports Florida from Wednesday, Oct. 2:

* Rays 4, Indians 0: Tampa Bay came away victorious on the road (again) in a must-win situation (again) to earn the right to face the Red Sox (again). Andrew Astleford breaks down what we learned from Wednesday’s victory. Read More

* Alex Cobb dodged trouble for 6 2/3 innings, Delmon Young got the scoring started with a massive solo home run and the Rays beat the Indians in Cleveland to take the AL wild-card game and advance to the ALDS to face the Boston Red Sox. Read More

* The two-time reigning NBA champion Heat return much of their primary rotation from 2012-13, but as camp kicks off, there are still a few holes to fill. Read More

* You knew he was tops in the U.S., but Heat superstar LeBron James is also atop the NBA’s global jersey sales list. Read More

* After serving a league-mandated four-game suspension, wide receiver Justin Blackmon returns to a Jaguars team looking for a significant amount of help on offense. Read More

* Linebacker Dannell Ellerbe led the Ravens in tackles during their Super Bowl victory, and he is ready to show his former team his best self when they visit Miami on Sunday. Read More

* After shipping offensive tackle Eugene Monroe to Baltimore, the Jaguars will have to experiment a bit with their offensive line going for. Read More

* The Atlantic Coast Conference has four unbeaten teams ranked in the top 25, giving the conference a huge bump in credibility. Read More

* Rookie Mike Glennon says embattled Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman has been nothing but supportive since the team made the switch at the position. Read More

* LeBron James is bringing back the pregame powder. The Miami Heat star says he’s decided to resume his one-time tradition of tossing powder into the air just before the start of games. Read More

* Glen Davis would like to be able to smile more often and carry less weight. Most of all, he’d like to be a fully contributing component of the Orlando Magic for the first time since fracturing his left foot during a game Jan. 30 at New York. But after a setback in July required another surgery on the same foot, his on-the-court involvement at training camp is largely limited to taking stationary jump shots after practice while a member of the team’s training staff feeds him the ball. Read More

* Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan has pledged $20 million to help fund new scoreboards. The scoreboards, which are expected to cost $63 million and be the largest in the world, should raise the city’s profile in regards to future host sites for college football playoffs. Read More

* What can you expect from the Tampa Bay Lightning this season? Erin Brown breaks it down. Read More

* What can you expect from the Florida Panthers this season? Erin Brown breaks it down. Read More