In case you missed it: Jan. 20

BY foxsports • January 21, 2013

In case you missed them, here were the top stories featured on from Sunday, Jan. 20:
* Miami coaching legend Ron Fraser died Sunday. He coached the national teams from two different countries, is a member of 10 different Halls of Fame, won two NCAA baseball championships and never had a losing record in a 30-year career with the Hurricanes. Read More
* FSU coach Mike Martin on Ron Fraser: “That man to me is the one that is responsible for college baseball being what it is today. He was an innovator. The best promoter our game has ever known. Ron Fraser was a special guy." Read More
* Mike Pagliarulo enjoyed an 11-year major league career that included winning a World Series ring with the Minnesota Twins in 1991. The road to the majors for the Medford, Mass., product began in earnest when he decided to attend Miami (1978-81) to play for Ron Fraser and assistant Skip Bertman, who went on to his own remarkable career as Louisiana State coach. Read More
* Another game, another close loss for the Magic. Orlando erased a 13-point fourth quarter lead to pull within a bucket, but the Mavericks held on for a 111-105 victory Sunday night. Read More (with video highlights and post-game comments)
* Vincent Lecavalier, the face of the Tampa Bay Lightning for so many years, will play career game No. 1,000 when he takes the ice Monday. Read More 
* The Miami Heat took their time doing research on center Chris Andersen. In the end, his legal situation did not deter them. Read More
* The Heat signed forwards Jarvis Varnado and Chris Andersen to 10-day contracts. Read More 
* Rays pitcher David Price accepts his Cy Young Award at the BBWAA dinner in New York. Watch Now

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