In case you missed it: July 26

BY foxsports • July 27, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on Fox Sports Florida from Friday, July 26:
* Marlins rookie outfielders Jake Marisnick and Christian Yelich each picked up hits in their home debuts Friday night, showing a glimpse of what the young Miami outfield could have in store in the years to come. Read More
* James Loney hit a three-run home run in the seventh, and the Rays held on to beat a plucky Yankees team to take sole possession of first place in the American League East. Read More
* Henderson Alvarez picked up his first win in the National League, Giancarlo Stanton blasted a solo home run as the Marlins opened up their first home series of the second half by beating the Pirates. Read More
* Marlins rookie center fielder Jake Marisnick snapped out of his MLB career-opening slump by getting a hit in his first home game on Friday night. Read More
* Denard Robinson’s transition to running back is a hot topic among teammates and coaches as the Jacksonville Jaguars open up training camp. Read More
* Florida gives head coach Will Muschamp a raise of $250,000 annually after leading the Gators to an 11-win season in 2012. Read More
* Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas are both competing for playing time with the Miami Dolphins, but who gets the start? It may come down to who is the better pass blocker. Read More
* Former Bucs All-Pro Ronde Barber had a different view of camp on Friday - that of a spectator. Barber said he had no second thoughts about his decision and that he’s looking forward to following the team and being a television analyst. Read More
* Andrew Asleford takes a look at who is hot and who is not in MLB this season. Read More
* LeBron James plays DJ and chooses 20 songs for the ‘NBA 2K14’ video game. James chooses songs from artists like Jay-Z, Robin Thicke and Phil Collins. Read More
* The Miami Heat will play eight preseason games, including a home game with Western champion San Antonio. Miami opens on Oct. 7 against Atlanta. Read More 


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