Martin Fennelly Columns
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At his Tampa home, he still has all his notebooks from all those game weeks for all those seasons with the Buccaneers, from the first to the last, always the details, every line highlighted.
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ST. PETERSBURG — Ah, yes, David Price’s final start as a Ray (sixth in a series).
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TAMPA — “I’ve known Derrick since fourth grade. Let me just start right there.”
TAMPA — Natasha Spencer met him when she was 12. She dreamed of being a doctor, but didn't know how she'd get there, or even escape her crime-ridden Tampa neighborhood.
You'd never know Tampa Bay is in fourth place and Boston is in last when David Ortiz is at the plate and a Ray is pitching, writes columnist Martin Fennelly.
TAMPA — The chase is on.
Late Friday afternoon, for the first time in 10 years, since he was with the Arizona Cardinals, four whole NFL teams ago, Josh McCown stepped onto a field for training camp as an undisputed starter, The Man at last.
It's the Summer of Lovie, and after so much offseason discussion about the hiring of Lovie Smith as Bucs coach, Martin Fennelly says it's finally time to just watch him work.
Tiger Woods is set to play his first major of the season, the Open Championship, as they say in Merry Old. He tees off at Royal Liverpool at 4:04 a.m. our time. Some of you will set your alarm.
For 10 days, the Rays played like they were supposed to play this season, that or they were master illusionists, enough to invoke “anything is possible.” That said, Martin Fennelly says, the Rays still face huge odds as they try to climb back into contention.
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