In case you missed it: August 2

BY foxsports • August 3, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on Fox Sports Florida from Friday, August 2:
* After lots of speculation, free-agent center Greg Oden picks and the Heat and will sign a two-year deal with the two-time reigning champs. Read More
* Cleveland manager Terry Francona was hoping Jose Fernandez wouldn’t have his best stuff when the teams faced off on Friday, but he -- and his team -- were left with broken dreams after the Marlins rookie ace let loose another dominant performance. Read More 
* Chris Archer’s hot run came to a halt against the visiting Giants, as the Rays dropped their series opener against San Francisco. Read More
* Jose Fernandez continued his string of sensational pitching by striking out 14 as Miami blasted Cleveland to the tune of a 10-0 victory at home. Read More
* The Lightning signed goalie Kristers Gudlevskis — a fifth-round draft pick — to a three-year deal. Read More
* Warren Sapp left a lasting legacy with his elite play and brash personality, and the Hall of Famer’s influence is one that connects the Buccaneers’ past and present. Read More
* Despite some critics saying he isn’t ready for the left tackle job, Jonathan Martin says he is ready to step up and show he can bolster the Dolphins offensive line. Read More
* Andrew Astleford takes a look at who’s hot and who’s not in Major League Baseball over the past week. Read More
* The Orlando Magic requested waivers on veteran power forward Al Harrington on Friday afternoon. Harrington, 33, will become an unrestricted free agent if no team claims him within 48 hours. Read More
* Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Jeremy Mincey missed Friday’s practice with what coach Gus Bradley called a “head contusion.” Mincey, who started the last 40 games for the Jaguars, is being evaluated by a neurologist. Read More
* Chelsea and Real Madrid both won games on Thursday that puts them in position to play at the International Champions Cup tournament that will be held at Sun Life Stadium on Aug. 6-7. Read More

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