In case you missed it: June 25

BY foxsports • June 26, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on FOX Sports Florida from Tuesday, June 25.
* Wil Myers is making pitchers rethink the decision to pitch around or intentionally walk Evan Longoria. Myers had a grand slam against the Yankees and an RBI double on Tuesday against the Blue Jays. Read More
* Matt Moore tossed six strong innings, walking six and striking out 11 batters as the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1. Read More
* With Logan Morrison and Giancarlo Stanton back in the lineup, the Marlins are improving in June. Miami is 12-9 so far in June and are a victory away from clinching a winning month. Read More
* Marcell Ozuna drove in two runs and Derek Dietrich homered to help the Miami Marlins to a 4-2 win over the Minnesota Twins. Jose Fernandez also pitched five strong innings for the Marlins. Read More
* Pat Riley has a vision of a dynasty in Miami. A three-peat is next on the table, but what happens after that? LeBron James will have a choice to make in the summer of 2014 - stay in Miami or go elsewhere. Read More
* For some reason, the Ravens, via Twitter, felt the need to mock the turnout at the Heat victory parade, when, in reality, their celebration was smaller. Read More
* James Jones and Rashard Lewis have exercised their player options to remain with the Miami Heat next season. Jones is due to make $1.5 million this coming season, and is coming off a year where he scored 60 points in 38 regular-season appearances. Lewis will make just under $1.4 million, and averaged 5.2 points in 55 games in his first Heat season. Read More
* The Magic are slotted to pick second in the NBA draft, and Ken Hornack breaks down who will be the best fit in Orlando. Read More
* Florida State’s Michael Snaer knows it might be a long-shot to be selected in the NBA draft, but he is hoping there’s a team that sees value in his versatility. Read More
* Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will not be brought up on charges stemming from an incident at a bar and restaurant May 26. Read More 
* Aric Almirola loved to play baseball while growing up in Tampa. But he gave up the sport to focus on his goal of being a race car driver, and he is now 16th in the Sprint Cup standings. Read More
* Ryan Mayes, a 6-foot-1 safety from Miami Northwestern High School, verbally committed to the Miami Hurricanes on Monday. Read More


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