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ANDY HALL SPORTS www.palatkadailynews.comTUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019 It was that wilda night at FrancisYouth ComplexThe date: Early Saturday morning, July 16, 2005.The place: Francis Youth Complex.The event: South Florida.13-and-under and 14-and-under Babe Ruth All-Star baseball tournamentsver a decade ago, the Francis Youth Complex was a happening place.Under the direction of Palatka Babe Ruth League president Greg Garris and a devoted group of helpers that were willing to work shifts and do various jobs, the complex was willing to host numerous tournaments.So in 2005, Palatka had earned the right to host the South Florida (North Florida back then was top-heavy in Babe Ruth programs) sectional tournament for the 13-and-Under and 14-and-Under divisions.The first day of the event was permeated by two things – a lot of baseball and a lot of rain.And by the time Friday, July 15 came around, the league was behind. And it was going to be an all-day event, starting at 9 a.m. and going until the last game would be finished by around 10 p.m. It was very much doable with one caveat.It couldn’t rain. If it did, that would set the schedule back and with the schedule already filled up for Saturday, each and every game had to be played … and with the OK from Babe Ruth headquarters regionally, teams could wait until the sun came up if need be to get the games in, though that would probably be the last option anyone running the league or the festivities that day wanted to entertain.I know. I was there.All went fine in the morning, though games were going longer than they should have. Then in the early afternoon, things changed.The weather turned sour. Before long, the complex went from blue skies and sunshine to gray clouds and the sounds of thunder with lightning intermittently making its presence. Another long night was on the docket. I left my apartment around 4:30 to pick up what I could for the newspaper and ended up staying there until 7 p.m. Games had restarted and some were finishing up, while others were ready to start. Seems like things would end by about 11:30 that night.However, thickening clouds reappeared and the rain came down … and this time, it was pounding down, turning fields into small lakes. The rain didn’t last more than about 45 minutes, but once it ended, it was time for those in charge to get things fixed up – because the show had to go on that night.Remember, there were two tournaments going on and they weren’t going to try and get past Monday, the scheduled final day. I returned to the office to finish writing what I had, waiting on whatever was going to pick up and get played. It took a while to get everything back on course, but by after 9 p.m., games were back in play. Palatka won its 13-U game in the losers bracket and was assured of playing on Saturday.Now, while all these games were going on, I had talked with one of the young men who was working the public address system. He and I kept in touch on what was happening in the tournament throughout the day and he told me he couldn’t stay the whole night. He had a prior commitment in the morning and he was going to have to leave around midnight.was named the American League’s Player of the Week after going 8-for-17 with seven RBI for Tampa Bay this Lowe basks in AL Player glowFormer SJRSC baseball star and current Rays player earns weekly honor after big series MARK BLUENTHAL When the news came to Ross Jones on Monday afternoon, he was in the role of proud papa.For the first time in his 11 years of running the St. Johns River State College baseball program, one of Jones’ players was given a lofty honor by Major League Baseball.Nathaniel Lowe, who has been on a tear since being recalled a couple of weeks ago by the Tampa Bay Rays, was named the American League Player of the Week. Lowe had a huge weekend series against the Baltimore Orioles, going 8-for-17 at the plate with three home runs, including two in the second game of a doubleheader, a 12-4 rout on Saturday, while knocking in seven runs and scoring six times.For the season, Lowe is hitting. 299 with five home runs and 16 RBI.“It’s just a great thing for him and I’m just glad for what he’s done,” Jones said. “He’s in the big leagues and he’s doing as well as he’s doing is a credit to him.”Jones said he has talked twice to his star pupil since he was recalled by the Rays a couple of weeks ago, once on his birthday, July 7, when the Rays were hosting the Yankees to cap a four-game series, and then again this Friday as the Rays were playing the four-game set at Camden Yards.Lowe was highly touted to make it to the big team out of spring training, but instead was sent back to Triple-A Durham. He earned a promotion to the Rays, but things didn’t click and he was sent right back to Durham. This time around, Lowe has been delivering over and over again, first in the four-game set against the Yankees for which the Rays split the set before the All-Star break, then the big series against the Orioles for which Tampa Bay took three of four games. JOHN ZENOR HOOVER, Ala.an Mullen made a big leap in his second season at Mississippi State, but his Florida team ’t have quite so much room to grow.Unless, of course, the Gators can jump to national contender status. That’s what another four-win improvement would mean.The Bulldogs won five games after Mullen took over in 2009 and nine the following season. The Gators went 10-3 in his debut season and finished with a No. 7 ranking, a spot shared with Georgia.“So if we can go from 10 to 14, that would be pretty good,” Mullen said. “This year, I would take that. I think a lot of it, I think, comes from year one to year two. I think coming in now, everyone understands the program.”His players are more familiar with the program and coaching staff, and quarterback Feleipe Franks returns.All that raises expectations for this season when Florida hopes to challenge defending Eastern Division champion Georgia.Florida gets a big early test, opening the season Aug. 24 against Miami in Orlando.The Gators finished last season with two emphatic wins. They beat Florida State 41-14 and then routed Michigan 41-15 in the Peach Bowl.“We worked our tails off to be at that moment, on that stage, and win that game,” Franks said. “As a team, we earned to be on that stage. I think that if we keep that momentum rolling, we can have a special year again this year.”LSU-JOHN ROBINSONEd Orgeron is leaning on a College Football Hall of Famer this season.The LSU coach has brought in former USC head man John Robinson as a senior consultant.“John Robinson, he’s 82 years old. He’s healthy. He’s in good shape,” Orgeron said. “He’s going to be a consultant. He’s going to be around. He’s going be in our meetings. He’s going to go to practice. He can’t coach the players, but he can talk to the coaches and say this is what we did in this situation.”‘Sweet Pea’hit by car,dies at 55Was Olympic gold medalist,champion boxer in 4 divisions DAHLERG Pernell Whitaker, an Olympic gold medalist and four-division champion who was regarded as one of the greatest defensive fighters ever, has died after being hit by a car in Virginia. He was 55.Police in Virginia Beach said the former fighter was hit by a car Sunday night. The driver of the car remained on the scene, and police said they were investigating the circumstances of the death.Sweet Pea was Whitaker’s nickname, and it fit perfectly. He was a master of hitting and not getting hit back, a southpaw who slipped in and out of the pocket and rarely gave an opponent an opportunity to land a clean shot.Whitaker won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles – one of nine U.S. boxing champions that year – and made his pro debut on national television. He advanced quickly, and was fighting for a major title by his 17th fight, a loss to Jose Luis Ramirez that he would avenge the next year.But Whitaker was also known as the victim of one of the worst decisions in boxing, a draw that allowed Julio Cesar Chavez to remain unbeaten in their welterweight showdown before a crowd of more than 60,000 at the Alamodome in San Antonio in 1993.Four years later, Whitaker was on the losing end of another difficult decision against Oscar De La Hoya in Las Vegas, a fight many ringsiders thought he had won.“When you see the list of greatest boxing robberies in history they were both No. 1 and No. 2 on the list,” said Kathy Duva, his longtime promoter. “And every list of top 10 fighters of all time he was on, too.”Whitaker was a champion in four weight classes, winning his first one with a 1989 decision over Greg Haugen at lightweight, in a professional career that spanned 17 years. He finished with a record of 40-4-1 and was a first ballot selection into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.His style was unique and effective, a hit-and-don’t-be-hit strategy that was later adopted by a rising young fighter named Floyd Mayweather Jr. Whitaker and Mayweather never met in the ring, but Whitaker did win a decision over Mayweather’s uncle, Roger, in 1987.Still, it was two controversial decisions – one a draw, the other a loss – that may have defined his career more than anything.WHITAKER ANDY HALL SPORTSwww.palatkadailynews.comTUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019It was that wilda night at FrancisYouth ComplexThe date: Early Saturday morning, July 16, 2005.The place: Francis Youth Complex.The event: South Florida.13-and-under and 14-and-under Babe Ruth was named the American League’s Player of the Week after going 8-for-17 with seven RBI for Tampa Bay this Lowe basks in AL Player glow Former SJRSC baseball star and current Rays player earns weekly honor after big series MARK BLUENTHALWhen the news came to Ross Jones on Monday afternoon, he was in the role of proud papa.For the first time in his 11 years of running the St. Johns River State College baseball program, one of Jones’ players was given a lofty honor by Major League Baseball.Nathaniel Lowe, who has been on a tear since being recalled a couple of weeks ago by the Tampa Bay Rays, was named the American League Player of the Week. Lowe had a huge weekend series against the Baltimore Orioles, going 8-for-17 at the plate with three home runs, including two in the second game of a doubleheader, a 12-4 rout on Saturday, while knocking in seven runs and scoring six times.For the season, Lowe is hitting. 299 with five home runs and 16 RBI.“It’s just a great thing for him and I’m just glad for what he’s done,” Jones said. “He’s in the big leagues and he’s doing as well as he’s doing is a credit to him.”Jones said he has talked twice to his star pupil since he was recalled by the Rays a couple of weeks ago, once on his birthday, July 7, when the Rays were hosting the Yankees to cap a four-game series, and then again this Friday as the Rays were playing the four-game set at Camden Yards.Lowe was highly touted to make it to the big team out of spring training, but instead was sent back to Triple-A Durham. He earned a promotion to the Rays, but things didn’t click and he was sent right back to Durham. This time around, Lowe has been delivering over and over again, first in the four-game set against the Yankees for which the Rays split the set before the All-Star break, then the big series against the Orioles for which Tampa Bay took three of four games. SEC Football Media Day NotebookJOHN STUDWELL / Special To The Daily Newswith Georgia in Jacksonville.Not As Much A LeapUnlike at Mississippi State, Florida’s Mullin doesn’t see huge jump from ’18 JOHN ZENOR HOOVER, Ala.an Mullen made a big leap in his second season at Mississippi State, but his Florida team ’t have quite so much room to grow.Unless, of course, the Gators can jump DAHLERG Pernell Whitaker, an Olympic gold medalist and four-division champion who was regarded as one of the greatest defensive fighters ever, has died after being hit by a car in Virginia. He was 55.Police in Virginia Beach said the former fighter was hit by a car Sunday night. The driver of the car remained on the scene, and police said they were investigating the circumstances of the death.Sweet Pea was Whitaker’s nickname, and it fit perfectly. He was a master of hitting and not getting hit back, a southpaw who slipped in and out of the pocket and rarely gave an opponent an opportunity to land a clean shot.Whitaker won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles – one of nine U.S. boxing champions that year – and made his pro debut on national television. He advanced quickly, and was fighting for a major title by his 17th fight, a loss to Jose Luis Ramirez that he would avenge the next year.But Whitaker was also known as the victim of one of the worst decisions in boxing, a draw that allowed Julio Cesar Chavez to remain unbeaten in their welterweight showdown before a crowd of more than 60,000 at the Alamodome in San Antonio in 1993.Four years later, Whitaker was on the losing end of another difficult decision against Oscar De La Hoya in Las Vegas, a fight many ringsiders thought he had won.“When you see the list of greatest boxing robberies in history they were both No. 1 and No. 2 on the list,” said Kathy Duva, his longtime promoter. “And every list of top 10 fighters of all time he was on, too.”Whitaker was a champion in four weight classes, winning his first one with a 1989 decision over Greg Haugen at lightweight, in a professional career that spanned 17 years. He finished with a record of 40-4-1 and was a first ballot selection into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.His style was unique and effective, a hit-and-don’t-be-hit strategy that was later adopted by a rising young fighter named Floyd Mayweather Jr. Whitaker and Mayweather never met in the ring, but Whitaker did win a decision over Mayweather’s uncle, Roger, in 1987.Still, it was two controversial decisions – one a draw, the other a loss – that may have defined his career more than anything.WHITAKER PALATKA DAILY NEWSTUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019 TUESDAY, July 16WEDNESDAY, July 17Today 4:05A,4:18P 11:30A,1July 17 4:47A,5:00P ---------,12:12PJuly 18 5:26A,5:41P 12:03A,12:51PSt. Augustine BeachToday 8:18A,8:52P 2:30A,2:26PJuly 18 9:45A,10:13P 3:53A,3:49PSJR STATE VOLLEYBALL St. Johns River State College will hold A kids camp for boys and girls, p.m. from today through Thursday. volleyball including passing, serving, attacking and digging. Registration is The last camp will be an all-skills held from 6-8 p.m. July 23-25. including setters, outside hitters, iddle hitters and liberos. Team offensive and Instruction on volleyball fundamentals will be provided by St. Johns River coach Matt Cohen and the Vikings stusary to attend the camps and all camps will be held at Tuten Gymnasium on For more information or to register, contact Cohen at 312-4237 or email Washington New York West DivisionTexas.511. Yankees 4, Toronto 2Tampa Bay 4, Baltimore 1Cleveland 4, Minnesota 3Houston 12, Texas 4L.A. Angels 6, Seattle 3L.A. Dodgers 7, Boston 4, 12 Tampa Bay 5, N.Y. Yankees 4Cleveland 8, Detroit 6Boston 10, Toronto 8Kansas City 5, Chicago White Sox 2Houston at L.A. Angels, 10:07 p.m.Tuesday’s GamesTampa Bay (TBD) at N.Y. Yankees Washington (Voth 0-0) at Baltimore (Wojciechowski 0-2), 7:05 p.m.Detroit (TBD) at Cleveland (Plesac Toronto (Waguespack 1-0) at Boston Arizona (Young 2-0) at Texas (Lynn N.Y. Mets (Matz 5-6) at Minnesota Chicago White Sox (Cease 1-0) at Houston (TBD) at L.A. Angels (Mengden 4-1), 10:07 p.m.NL Standings.611Washington.511New York.511West Division4, Washington 3N.Y. Mets 6, Miami 2San Francisco 8, Milwaukee 3St. Louis 5, Arizona 2Chicago Cubs 8, Pittsburgh 3Colorado 10, Cincinnati 9L.A. Dodgers 7, Boston 4, 12 San Francisco 19, Colorado 2, 1st L.A. Dodgers 16, Philadelphia 2Cincinnati 6, Chicago Cubs 3Atlanta 4, Milwaukee 2St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 0San Francisco at Colorado, 8:40 p.m., Tuesday’s GamesL.A. Dodgers (Buehler 8-1) at Philadelphia (Velasquez 2-5), 7:05 Washington (Voth 0-0) at Baltimore (Wojciechowski 0-2), 7:05 p.m.(Yamamoto 3-0), 7:10 p.m.Arizona (Young 2-0) at Texas (Lynn Cincinnati (DeSclafani 5-4) at Chicago Atlanta (Wilson 1-0) at Milwaukee (Woodruff 10-3), 8:10 p.m.N.Y. Mets (Matz 5-6) at Minnesota Pittsburgh (Agrazal 2-0) at St. Louis Colorado (Lambert 2-1), 8:40 p.m.Rays 5, Yankees 4Tampa BayNew YorkVoit dhY.Diaz 1b Av.Grci Torres ssWendle 2bTotalsTotalsTampa BayNew YorkTampa Bay 1, New York 1. Tampa Bay 6, New York 8. d’Arnaud 3 (9), Encarnacion 2 Tampa BayKittrdge W,1-0 1 ODAY ONPBA Summer League 11 a.m.FINA World Champion- Rays at Yankees dalajara, at Bridgeview, Ill. SATURDAY9-20-21-26-2SUNDAYFAN1-3-13-26-31MONDAYFAN-13-25-27-29FLORIDA LOTTERY MIDDAYEVENINGSATURDAYMONDAY MIDDAYEVENINGSATURDAY6-1-5SUNDAYMONDAY3-4-52-9-8 MIDDAYEVENINGSATURDAY7-5-3-8-37-1-7-4-1SUNDAY0-2-9-0-25-4-7-2-7MONDAY4-3-1-0-33-8-1-9-0 MIDDAYEVENINGSATURDAY9-3-8MONDAY-6-2-4SaturdayLotto4-8-11-17-34-37XTRAMondayCashLife7-25-33-38-47SATURDAYwerBall13-23-32-35-68Well, by this point, there were three games left to play, and one playable field since the other one was in such rough shape it was shut down the rest of the night. One got done before 11:30 p.m.. I called the guy one more time and he was ready to leave.Thus for the rest of the night after I grabbed my personal boombox and cassette tapes (yes, I was still operating on cassette tapes), I took over at the field with the PA for the rest of the night at 11:45 p.m. with Boca Raton and Forest Hills of West Palm Beach engaged in a tie ballgame. When midnight arrived in the fifth inning, I announced “Welcome to Saturday morning baseball,” followed by playing Eric Clapton’s classic “After Midnight.” I was getting warmed up and it was still a tie game. Needless to say, the two teams were still playing one another into extra innings, Danny Herzog, Boomer Jousma and Jake Speedy had RBI singles in a five-run ninth inning and Boca Raton held on for an 8-3 win.It was 12:45 a.m. And there was one game left to play. And everyone at the field was determined to get that game in. This one was a 13-year-old losers bracket game between Sarasota and Ocala. Someone was moving on to play later that day, the loser going home for good.And immediately, this game was dragging on. Sarasota jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning with the help of just one hit – an RBI single by David Hubbard.Ocala pecked away a little at a time. The lead was 5-3 as the game moved into the bottom of the sixth inning with Sarasota coming to the plate for perhaps one last time. Pitcher Robert Altman was back on the mound, but due to rules instituted to save arms, Altman had exhausted his innings for the day and the moment he threw a pitch to start the sixth inning, he was found to be illegal.Sarasota’s coaches realized this was a problem and brought it to the umpires. The umpires had to come upstairs to tournament central where most of us were to see what the scenario was with Altman and the other Ocala pitchers. Once they took a look at affa davits, it was pretty clear what had happened – Ocala’s manager did not know his pitcher’s innings situation. So at 2:37 a.m., Saturday on the 16th of July, the game was called in Sarasota’s favor, 5-3, officially a forfeit. Going into a four-game series that started Monday at Yankee Stadium, the Rays were 55-40, six games behind the American League East-leading Yankees.Jones said he saw the difference between spring training and Lowe’s current tenure with the team.“He went into spring training trying to do too much,” Jones said. “He was trying to show them the power he had in the minors (where he hit 27 home runs and knocked in 102 runs at various stops in the minors last year). He was pressing, knowing he’s trying to win a job in the big leagues. That’s not uncommon and he didn’t have a great spring training. He just crashed a little in spring training. But he got back to the minors and at Triple-A, he got that swing back. In his final game, he hit back-to-back-to-back home runs before being called up again.“He’s got such a great swing and such a good eye,” Jones said. “He plays with such plate discipline, maybe he was trying to overswing and duplicate his home run numbers from a year ago. But the last few weeks, he’s found that power swing again.”At St. Johns River State, Lowe was named the Mid-Florida Conference Player of the Year in 2015, hitting 17 home runs and knocking in 53 runs, while scoring 59 times in 56 games as the Vikings went 47-10 and took fourth in the state tournament in Lakeland. Lowe and current Houston Astros outfielder-shortstop Myles Straw were teammates on the team.“When he was here, Nate Lowe was everything we thought he was and he showed it,” Jones said.Lowe went on to Mississippi State and played for the Bulldogs in 2016, where he was named second team All-American by Louisville Slugger. He was drafted by the Rays in the 13th round (the 390th pick) of that spring’s amateur draft.CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1B Rays’ d’Arnaud has career night in victory against YanksCatcher delivers 3 HRs, including go-aheadshot against closer Chapman in 9th inning AVERYNG NEW YORK – Travis d’Arnaud hit three home runs, including a startling, three-run shot with two outs in the ninth inning off Aroldis Chapman, and the Tampa Bay Rays overcame their Yankee Stadium woes to beat New York, 5-4, on Monday night.D’Arnaud went the other way on a full-count breaking ball, lofting a go-ahead drive that sailed over the leap of right fielder Aaron Judge. Several Rays players spilled from the dugout to congratulate d’Arnaud while a crowd of 43,173 fell silent.The catcher tied a Tampa Ray record for homers in a game. It has been done five times, most recently by Evan Longoria in 2012.The Yankees had been 49-0 this season when leading after eight innings. The Rays won for just the second time in seven games in the Bronx this year and cut the Yankees’ lead in the AL East to five games.Andrew Kittredge (1-0) got the win despite allowing Edwin Encarnacion’s second homer of the game, a two-run shot in the eighth that put the Yankees up 4-2. Oliver Drake got one out for his first save.Chapman (2-2) gave up a pair of singles to begin the ninth, struck out the next two batters and then was tagged for d’Arnaud’s ninth homer of the season.The 30-year-old backstop has had a tumultuous season, having been designated for assignment by the Mets, signed by the Dodgers and traded to the Rays five days later.But on this night, none of that mattered as he became the first catcher to hit three homers in a game against the Yankees.D’Arnaud led off the game with a homer to right field on a fastball over the middle of the