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Josh Bell’s RBI single in 10th lifts Marlins over Brewers

MIAMI — Josh Bell singled with the bases loaded in the 10th inning to give the Miami Marlins a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night. Christian Bethancourt’s sacrifice bunt against reliever Mitch White (1-1) advanced automatic runner Vidal Brujan to third. Jazz Chisholm Jr. was intentionally walked and stole second. Bryan De La Cruz drew an intentional walk before Bell hit a grounder to right field that scored Brujan for Miami’s fifth walkoff win of the season. “At first I was thinking get the ball in the air to the outfield,” Bell said. “But when I found myself with a two-strike...

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Former Dolphins first-round pick DeVante Parker retires

DeVante Parker, the former Miami Dolphins wide receiver and first-round draft pick, has retired. Parker, who spent his first seven NFL seasons with the Dolphins, was just more than two months removed from signing with the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason. However, as teams across the league get going with organized team activities ahead of the 2024 season, he decided to call it a career instead. The 31-year-old cited wanting to spend more time with his children to ESPN as his reasoning for the decision. Parker, although often battling injuries, never had a season where he played fewer than...

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UF record-setter Jac Caglianone’s success with Gators has been a family affair

GAINESVILLE — The end of Jac Caglianone’s record-setting run is set to arrive like one of the towering lefty’s 98-mph fastballs — fast and a bit unpredictable. Perhaps the best two-year stretch in program history has been a blur for the 21-year-old two-way star and Gator Nation, led by his two biggest fans. Jeff and Johanne Caglianone have shared a front-row seat for their son’s improbable journey, rarely missing a game at home or away. “It’s really kind of surreal for us,” Jeff told the Orlando Sentinel. “He’s had success at a lot of levels, but you never envision what he’s been able to do.” UF...

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What’s Next for Home Prices and Mortgage Rates?

If you’re thinking of making a move this year, there are two housing market factors that are probably on your mind: home prices and mortgage rates. You’re wondering what’s going to happen next. And if it’s worth it to move now, or better to wait it out.The only thing you can really do is make the best decision you can based on the latest information available. So, here’s what experts are saying about both prices and rates.1. What’s Next for Home Prices? One reliable place you can turn to for information on home price forecasts is the Home Price Expectations Survey from Fannie Mae – a survey...

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Gators reach softball Super Regionals for 15th time under Tim Walton

GAINESVILLE — UF sophomore Jocelyn Erickson left Oklahoma for a chance to play catcher and win another championship. If coach Tim Walton can capture his third national title — and first since 2015 — Erickson’s decision will loom even larger. The 19-year-old slugger’s 2-run home run in the first inning proved to be enough during a 9-1 rout of South Alabama Sunday at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. Two innings later, Erickson ignited a 7-run third with an RBI single, giving her a team-leading 78 on the season — two shy of Megan Bush’s school record set in 2011. The Gators also defeated South...

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American Heritage shatters own state relay mark en route to Class 3A boys title

As soon as Xavier Lucas saw the 4×100 relay time on the scoreboard, he broke out into a full sprint across the infield to celebrate with his American Heritage teammates at the FHSAA boys Class 3A track and field championships boys state championship at UNF-Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville. Lucas, the lone senior on the relay composed of sophomores Zamarii Sanders and brothers Braylen Bennett and Brandon Bennett shattered its own state record for the event as they clocked a 39.39, the first team from Florida to break the 40-second barrier. It helped the Patriots win its third state title, edging...

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Inter Miami, with Messi back, get Campana goal four minutes into stoppage time to dump DC United

FORT LAUDERDALE — Lionel Messi was kept off the scoresheet for the second consecutive match but Inter Miami extended its unbeaten string with a 1-0 win over DC United on Saturday night. Leo Campana scored four minutes into second half stoppage time as Miami, 6-0-3 since a 4-0 loss at the New York Red Bulls on March 23, avoided a second consecutive scoreless draw. Campana, who entered the match a minute earlier, received a pass from Sergio Busquets on the right wing and converted on a shot that landed inside the left post. The win improved Eastern Conference-leading Miami to 9-2-4 with 31 points....

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Gators softball clobbers South Alabama

Fifth-year senior Skylar Wallace continued her torrid offensive streak with an inside-the-park home run and four RBI while senior Katie Kistler had a bases-clearing double and freshman pitcher Keagan Rothrock won for the sixth time in as many starts as the fourth-seeded Gators run-ruled South Alabama 9-1 during Saturday’s weather-delayed NCAA Gainesville Regional. “Overall, we just grinded it out,” Florida coach Tim Walton said. “I was really happy with the way we transitioned from one pitcher to the other because they’re completely different and teams have struggled with their differences and...

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UCF softball drops another game to FSU in NCAA Regional

UCF softball couldn’t dig out of an early hole, falling to 15th-seed Florida State, 5-1 on Day 2 of the NCAA Tallahassee Regional Saturday at JoAnne Graf Field. Saturday’s game was the second consecutive season in which these two programs have met in the NCAA Regional, with UCF also falling short in a 5-1 loss to FSU on May 20, 2023. The Knights have lost 15 straight to the Seminoles since 2011. Florida State (45-14) scored five runs in the top of the second inning as Amaya Ross opened the scoring with a sacrifice fly. A wild pitch by Knights starting pitcher Kaitlyn Felton (11-6) led to a throwing...

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