In case you missed it: July 31

BY foxsports • August 1, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on Fox Sports Florida from Wednesday, July 31:
* Jeremy Hellickson struggled with his efficiency, and the rest of the Rays struggled at the plate as Tampa Bay was shut out by the visiting Diamondbacks cause a split of their two-game set at the Trop. Read More
* Reliever Jesse Crain, acquired by the Rays on Monday, is eager to return from the disabled list and join his new teammates in Tampa’s winning environment. Read More
* Rays lefty Matt Moore -- tied for second in the American League with 14 wins -- was placed on the disabled list because of soreness in his left elbow. Read More
* Right-hander Henderson Alvarez did it all Wednesday, pitching into the eighth inning and scoring a run as the Marlins took down the visiting Mets. Read More
* Wide receiver Brian Hartline did not participate in Dolphins practice on Wednesday, two days after appearing to suffer an injury. Read More
* Dolphins top draft pick Dion Jordan has said he wants to play on special teams, and Miami is thinking about letting him for their exhibition opener. Read More
* With the Hall of Fame celebrating its 50th anniversary and Larry Little his 20th since his enshrinement, he will return this weekend to Canton, Ohio, for induction ceremonies. Six other former Dolphins also attend the 2013 induction ceremonies. Read More
* Receiver Julius Pruitt has re-signed with the Miami Dolphins, who cut him near the end of training camp last year. Pruitt played nine games with Miami in 2011, mostly on special teams. Read More
* Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Adrian Clayborn injured his groin early in practice Wednesday and did not return. The severity of the injury is unknown, coach Greg Schiano said. Read More
* Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert is back at practice, two days after spraining his right ankle. Gabbert had his right ankle heavily taped Wednesday for the team's first practice in full pads. Read More
* Two-time NHL All-Star center Scott Gomez has agreed to a one-year contract with the Florida Panthers, GM Dale Tallon announced Wednesday. Read More
* Learn more about the LA Galaxy, one of eight marquee soccer teams taking part in the International Champions Cup. Read More


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