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The Rays' Jose Siri reacts after striking out in the sixth inning against the Blue Jays on Saturday night.
Starters Drew Rasmussen and Alek Manoah dominate, but Brooks Raley gives up a big shot.
Napier becomes the first UF coach to lose to Kentucky and Tennessee in the same year since 1955.
Notes | Second baseman Brandon Lowe won’t return this season due to a lower back issue.
Outfielder Jose Siri is chosen the Outstanding Rookie by the local BBWAA, Yandy Diaz wins the Champion Award.

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  1. Earlier today• Florida State Seminoles
    Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis  passes for a career-high 321 yards in Saturday's win over Boston College.
  2. Earlier today• Photos
  3. Florida Gators coach Billy Napier is off to an 0-2 start in the SEC. That last happened at Florida in 1986.
  4. The Rays' Jose Siri reacts after striking out in the sixth inning against the Blue Jays on Saturday night.
  5. UCF safety Quadric Bullard, front right, and defensive back Justin Hodges, back right, break up a pass intended for Georgia Tech receiver Malik Rutherford during the second half Saturday.
  6. Rookie of the Year Jose Siri, Most Valuable Player Shane McClanahan and Paul C. Smith Champion recipient Yandy Diaz pose for a portrait after receiving awards from the Tampa Bay chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America ahead of Saturday's game.
  7. Yesterday• Florida State Seminoles
    Middle Tennessee defensive tackle Zaylin Wood (7) celebrates with cornerback Decorian Patterson (33) after Wood intercepted the ball and scored during the first half against Miami on Saturday.
  8. The University of Oklahoma dedicated a statue honoring the Selmon brothers — defensive linemen Lucious, Dewey and Lee Roy — on Saturday. The trio starred for Oklahoma from 1971 to 1975 and helped the Sooners compile a 54-3-1 record with national championships in 1974 and 1975 and four Big Eight titles.
  9. Louisville running back Jawhar Jordan eludes the grasp of USF defensive back Aamaris Brown during the first half Saturday.
  10. Shane Baz's season is done, as he is headed for Tommy John surgery. Baz initially was injured in July and was advised by doctors to try a program of rest, treatment and rehab.
  11. Should we get used to seeing more handoffs from Tom Brady to Leonard Fournette? The Bucs have had a clear emphasis on running the ball the first two weeks of 2022 with Fournette getting at least 20 carries in back-to-back games.
  12. The Bucs signed 33-year-old receiver Cole Beasley to their practice squad Wednesday. He'll suit up for Sunday's home opener against the Packers.
  13. Blue Jays catcher Danny Jansen watches as Taylor Walls slides into home plate at Tropicana Field on Friday.
  14. Cole Koepke excelled with the Crunch last season and appears to be the front-runner to fill in while Anthony Cirelli is out.
  15. Leonard Fournette carries the ball during the Bucs' victory over the Saints last weekend in New Orleans. Fournette picked up 65 yards on 24 carries in the 20-10 win.
  16. Rays third baseman Isaac Paredes (17) and leftfielder Randy Arozarena (56) celebrate after Arozaren’s three-run home run in the fifth inning Friday at Tropicana Field.
  17. Phil Breno, left, made four saves in his first start as the Rowdies earned a point against Birmingham Legion FC Friday at Al Lang Stadium.
  18. Countryside senior receiver Terrence Jackson, left, celebrates with Dylan Nahra, center, after one of his four touchdowns during a 34-28 Homecoming victory over Palm Harbor University.
  19. Wharton's defense continues to impress, shutting out previously unbeaten Sumner 43-0 Friday night.
  20. Led by senior defensive back Jalen Brown (7), Countryside breaks through the banner and runs onto the field Friday night. The Cougars get the 34-28 homecoming victory.
  21. Rays starting pitcher Ryan Yarbrough reacts after giving up a solo home run to the Toronto Blue Jays' Whit Merrifield during Thursday's game at Tropicana Field. Yarbrough, who was removed after just one inning, was placed on the injured list Friday.
  22. Rays pitcher Ryan Yarbrough (48) appears hurt as shortstop Wander Franco (5) and first baseman Ji-Man Choi (26) approach him on the mound during Thursday's game against the Blue Jays at Tropicana Field.
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