In case you missed it: August 3

BY foxsports • August 4, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on Fox Sports Florida from Saturday, August 3:
* David Price was sharp for nine innings, and rookie outfielder Wil Myers drove in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th as the Rays bounced back to beat the Giants. Read More
* The Marlins allowed six stolen bases as they dropped a close 4-3 loss to the visiting Cleveland Indians. Read More
* Buccaneers great Warren Sapp was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Read More
* Though he didn’t catch a touchdown and there was no tackling on punt returns, fourth-round wide receiver Ace Sanders took the spotlight at the Jaguars’ scrimmage. Read More
* Rays right-hander Alex Cobb -- on the disabled list since June 16 -- threw a successful rehab start for Class A Advanced Port Charlotte on Saturday. Read More
* Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon says he has fond memories of his interactions with Buccaneers Hall of Famer Warren Sapp. Read More
* Hurricanes coach Al Golden may be the only person that calls Duke Johnson by "Randy." But whether you call him Duke, Randy or "The Duke," the Miami sophomore running back is poised to improve on what was already an impressive freshman year. Read More
* The Bucs practice for a fourth straight day and this time add a little spice -- by trying to avoid doing push-ups for mistakes made on Saturday. Yes, even the coaches did them, too. Read More
* With starting quarterback Jeff Driskel sidelined after an appendectomy, redshirt junior Tyler Murphy is leading the first-team offense as the Florida Gators open preseason practice. Read More
* With the NFL preseason kicking off Sunday night, here is a look at five things to watch as the Dolphins and Cowboys take the field. Read More
* The NFL will begin its new clear bag policy for fans this weekend at the Hall of Fame inductions and game. For security reasons, fans can no longer bring backpacks or large bags into stadiums. The NFL is ratcheting up its safety measures in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. Read More