In case you missed it: April 13

BY foxsports • April 14, 2013

In case you missed it here were the top featured stories on FOX Sports Florida from Saturday, April 13.
* Jose Fernandez is enjoying pitching for the Marlins, and the Marlins are enjoying having the youngster step up and show off his marvelous talent and poise. Read More 
* Miami Marlins wunderkind pitcher Jose Fernandez was great again on the mound, and he even knocked in a run on an RBI single. The only trouble for him came when he tried to put on his jacket. Read More
* Chris Coghlan, who has had his share of early season struggles, came through when it mattered, knocking home the game-winning run in the bottom of the ninth against the Phillies. Read More
* Hurricanes wide receiver Rashawn Scott showed that he has learned his lessons from his suspension last year as he turned in a strong performance in Miami’s spring game. Read More
* The Florida Panthers weren’t able to slow down a depleted Penguins squad, falling 3-1 at home. Read More 
* With Saturday’s action in the books (the Celtics beat the Magic and the Bucks lost to the Bobcats), the Miami Heat know they will face Milwaukee in the first round of the playoffs, which start next weekend. Read More
* Tobias Harris led the Magic with 22 points, and Nik Vucevic added a double-double, but it wasn’t enough for Orlando in a 120-88 loss to the Celtics. Read More 
* With many running backs nursing injuries, Florida State’s quarterbacks put on a show during their spring game, combining to throw 91 passes for more than 700 yards. Read More 
* Wide receiver Malcolm Lewis, who suffered a scary ankle injury last season, returned to the field Saturday, scoring a touchdown (albeit with the defense taking the play off) in an emotional moment during Miami’s spring game. Read More 
* Redshirt freshman Jameis Winston connected on a long touchdown pass on his first throw, part of an impressive showing during Florida State’s spring game. Read More 
* Marlins star right fielder Giancarlo Stanton was out again Saturday with a bruised left shoulder, but the team doesn’t expect him to spend any time on the disabled list. Read More
* An error in the bottom of the 10th inning proved costly for the Rays, who fell 2-1 to Red Sox in the start of their series in Boston. Read More 


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