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Marlins officially reinstate Fernandez, option Urena to Triple-A

Marlins officially reinstate Fernandez, option Urena to Triple-A

With ace Jose Fernandez reinstated from the disabled list to start Thursday's series finale against the San Francisco Giants, the Miami Marlins optioned rookie Jose Urena to Triple-A New Orleans.
Cleveland Indians at Tampa Bay Rays game preview

Cleveland Indians at Tampa Bay Rays game preview

The Tampa Bay Rays look to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Cleveland Indians.
Born again: Justin Bour helps Marlins begin anew in July

Born again: Justin Bour helps Marlins begin anew in July

June proved to be a trying month for the Miami Marlins. Not only did they go 12-15 and fall further back in the National League East, but they lost several key players, including Giancarlo Stanton, to injury.
Dan Jennings on 'tremendous' win

Dan Jennings on 'tremendous' win

Miami Marlins manager Dan Jennings on the walk-off win over the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday night.
Bour hits 3-run walk-off homer, Marlins beat Giants

Bour hits 3-run walk-off homer, Marlins beat Giants

A couple of errors had the Marlins trailing in the 9th when Justin Bour hit a three-run bomb to end the game.
Lightning sign free agent forward Erik Condra to three-year contract

Lightning sign free agent forward Erik Condra to three-year contract

The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed free agent right wing Erik Condra to a three-year contract on Wednesday, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced.
Panthers agree to terms with McKenna, Harper, Acolatse

Panthers agree to terms with McKenna, Harper, Acolatse

Florida Panthers Executive Vice President and General Manager Dale Tallon announced Wednesday that the club has agreed to terms with G Mike McKenna on a two-year, two-way contract. In addition the club also announced that F Shane Harper and D Sena Acolatse have both agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract.
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Pom-pom pay: After NFL teams sued, California bill gives cheerleaders minimum wage

Pom-pom pay: After NFL teams sued, California bill gives cheerleaders minimum wage

SAN FRANCISCO — They boost their teams from the sidelines and promote them by appearing in calendars and at fan events, but some sports cheerleaders say they are still not considered team employees and are paid what amounts to less than minimum wage. California legislation believed to be the first of its kind in the nation is set to change that. read more
Jennings on Gordon's HR: A beautiful thing to see

Jennings on Gordon's HR: A beautiful thing to see

Miami Marlins manager Dan Jennings on the inside-the-park home run from second baseman Dee Gordon in Tuesday's win over the San Francisco Giants.
Kevin Cash gives credit to Indians' pitching

Kevin Cash gives credit to Indians' pitching

Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash talks about Danny Salazar's performance in the team's loss Tuesday night to the Cleveland Indians.
Marlins option LHP Justin Nicolino to Triple-A, reinstate Bryan Morris from DL

Marlins option LHP Justin Nicolino to Triple-A, reinstate Bryan Morris from DL

The Miami Marlins optioned left-hander Justin Nicolino to Triple-A New Orleans and reinstated right-handed reliever Bryan Morris from the disabled list prior to Tuesday's series opener against the San Francisco Giants.
Rays turn to Ramirez for Game 2 vs. Indians

Rays turn to Ramirez for Game 2 vs. Indians

Sun Sports' Orestes Destrade, Rich Hollenberg and Doug Waechter take a look at the road ahead as the Tampa Bay Rays continue to take on the Cleveland Indians.
Rays break up perfect game in 7th in loss to Indians

Rays break up perfect game in 7th in loss to Indians

Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash discusses the Rays 7-1 loss against the Cleveland Indians on Monday night.
Rays' Karns: 'I need to do a better job'

Rays' Karns: 'I need to do a better job'

Tampa Bay Rays' Nathan Karns talks about what went wrong in the Rays 7-1 loss against the Cleveland Indians.
Lightning re-sign Bluden to one-year contract

Lightning re-sign Bluden to one-year contract

The Tampa Bay Lightning have re-signed right wing Mike Blunden to a one-year, two-way contract Monday, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced.

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