Martin Fennelly Columns
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PORT CHARLOTTE — It should come as no surprise that Tampa Bay Rays stealth first baseman James Loney won an offseason MLB charity poker tournament in Las Vegas. How do you know when to hold them, know when to fold them by going off this guy...
ST. LEO — “It is indeed and honor to be here. First I must pray.”
TAMPA — You’re playing That Line. You’re playing Tyler Johnson, Nikita Kucherov and Ondrej Palat.
The USF women's basketball team may have been eliminated from the NCAA Tournament, but Martin Fennelly says they surely will be in next year’s preseason Top 25. Coach Jose Fernandez and his kids have something going, something fresh, something good.
TAMPA — We have no idea what it means down the road, including the playoff road. But Sunday might have been a big step for the Lightning. It might even go down in franchise lore.
They couldn’t keep still. They couldn’t keep quiet. The USF women’s basketball team stood in a hall next to a tunnel. They bounced up and down in their sneakers, yelling, smiling, hugging.
PORT CHARLOTTE — “I’m Stu.”
Marcus Mariota will visit the Bucs on Monday for some Face of the Franchise time.Martin Fennelly hopes his smile isn’t fake. Take it from Jameis: Bring your real one.
Jordan Spieth, now 10th in the world rankings, was working the Copperhead course during the Valspar Championship, but somewhere in his head, a clock was ticking, writes Martin Fennelly.
TAMPA — Tuesday was one of the wildest days in NFL history. You might need to go back 30 years, to when the USFL folded and Reggie White and Steve Young were open for business, to find a day like Tuesday — the level of talent, the amoun...
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