In case you missed it: July 19

BY foxsports • July 20, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on FOX Sports Florida from Friday, July 19:
* Ryan Roberts singled home the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning and the Rays hit four home runs as Tampa Bay defeated Toronto. The Rays have now won 15 of their last 17 games. Read More
* Rays RHP Alex Cobb has been cleared to begin his rehab and will pitch on Tuesday at Class-A Charlotte. Cobb has not pitched in a game since he was hit by a batted ball in June. Read More
* Juan Francisco and Carlos Gomez each hit home runs and Kyle Lohse blanked Miami for six innings as the Milwaukee Brewers started the second half of the season with a 2-0 victory over the Marlins on Friday night. Read More
* The Marlins will wear their 1956 uniforms for Saturday’s game against Milwaukee on a night where the Brewers honor the Negro League baseball teams. The team was then a Triple-A franchise. Read More
* Florida International head coach Ron Turner apologized after an incident in which some players disrobed and used a public shower after a beach workout. Read More
* Tampa Bay Rays first baseman James Loney and his wife welcomed their first child Thursday night, and he was placed on the paternity list. Ryan Roberts was called up in a corresponding roster move. Read More
* The Buccaneers traded cornerback Eric Wright -- part of their big free-agent splash one year ago -- to the 49ers in exchange for a conditional 2014 draft pick. Read More
* Ken Hornack takes a look at some of the lesser known Jacksonville Jaguars players would could make an impact on the team. Read More
* The Florida Panthers begin their 20th anniversary season with a four-game road trip, but their home opener against the Penguins is a blast from the past, as Pittsburgh was the first team the Panthers played in South Florida. Read More
* The Lightning will start their season with three games on the road before a season-long seven-game homestand, as NHL schedules were announced Friday. Read More
* When the Dolphins broke camp for their first training camp in 1966, the conditions -- shoddy fields, constant noise from barking seals and no working A/C -- caused some players to call it a day and cut themselves from the team. Read More
* The Dolphins have big expectations for quarterback Ryan Tannehill this season -- though no one expects him to be Dan Marino returned. And with a bevy of new targets, there is reason to believe he will step up. Read More
* Take a closer look at Chelsea, one of eight marquee teams taking part in the International Champions Cup. Read More


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