AP-FL--Florida Sports Digest, FL
Sep. 02, 2018
The supervisor is Brendan Farrington. All times are in Eastern Time unless otherwise noted. If there are questions about stories, photos or photo contributions please call the Miami bureau at 1-800-824-5498 or 305-594-5825. Ian Mader is the News Editor and can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have other statewide stories or breaking news of interest to AP members in Florida, send them via email to Miami@ap.org (ASCII text only, no attachments); or fax to (305) 594-9265. The AP's general website is http://www.ap.org. The Florida AP's website is http://www.ap.org/Florida/. AP stories, along with the photos that accompany them, can also be obtained from http://www.apexchange.com. Reruns are also available from the Service Desk (800-838-4616) or from the Miami bureau.
MIAMI — Marlins pitcher Jeff Brigham makes his Major League debut against the Blue Jays. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Game started at 1:10 p.m.
CLEVELAND — Carlos Carrasco goes for his 17th win for the Indians against the Rays as Cleveland seeks to inch closer to an American League Central Division title. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Game starts at 4:10 p.m.
DAVIE — The competition for the job of backup quarterback with the Miami Dolphins is headed into overtime. By Steven Wine. SENT: 548 words.
FBC--T25-VIRGINIA TECH-FLORIDA STATE
TALLAHASSEE — When Florida State coach Willie Taggart makes his debut on Monday, most eyes will be fixated on Deondre Francois and how he leads an up-tempo spread offense. By Bob Ferrante. SENT: 889 words.
DIVERSITY IN TENNIS
NEW YORK — Venus and Serena Williams have been a nearly constant presence at the U.S. Open since the debut of Arthur Ashe Stadium 21 years ago. Their 30 combined Grand Slam singles titles have changed the tennis landscape. Many American kids of color are taking part in youth programs, often citing the superstar sisters as the reason. By Melissa Murphy. SENT: 1,111 words.
The AP, Miami