David Wilson, The Modesto Bee

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The Modesto Bee

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Past articles by David:

FIFA Women’s World Cup final: United States vs. Netherlands live updates

The United States is back where it belongs. For the third straight Women’s World Cup, the United States is in the finals and now one win away from claiming a record fourth World Cup title. → Read More

Watch Nike’s epic commercial celebrating the Women’s World Cup-champion United States

Immediately after the United States beat the Netherlands for its record fourth Women’s World Cup title, Nike unveiled a new commercial celebrating the champion’s accomplisments both this year and across years. → Read More

Champions! The United States pulls away from the Netherlands for fourth World Cup title

The United States didn’t break through until the 61st minute, but ultimately handled the Netherlands with ease to win its record fourth Women’s World Cup. Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle each scored for the USA. → Read More

What to know about the Miami Marlins’ top-ranked international free agent signings

The Marlins added 11 international free agents, including two top-25 prospects. Shortstops Jose Salas and Junior Sanchez lead the way, but Miami also added five right-handed pitchers to the fold. → Read More

Miami adds another out-of-state linebacker commitment to keep up recruiting momentum

Tirek Austin-Cave took three official visits in June, but ultimately settled on orally committing to the Miami Hurricanes. The senior from Camden, New Jersey, is the second inside linebacker to pick UM in June. → Read More

‘We’re getting our a** kicked by everybody’: Marlins left frustrated after another loss

The Marlins lost their sixth game to the Washington Nationals in 10 days on Independence Day, and Miami has blown a lead in four of those defeats. Pitcher Elieser Hernandez lasted only 4 1/3 innings. → Read More

Sandy Alcantara goes toe to toe with Stephen Strasburg before sixth-inning HR beats Miami

Sandy Alcantara handled the Washington Nationals well until giving up a home run in the sixth. It was another impressive outing for the Miami Marlins’ All-Star starting pitcher against Stephen Strasburg. → Read More

Bradenton IMG Academy coach: New Miami WR commit is among best leaders he has coached

Michael Redding III is one of the top-ranked wide receivers in the Class of 2020, but Bradenton IMG Academy coach Kevin Wright also considers the wideout one of the best leaders he has had with the Ascenders. → Read More

Austin Brice rides ambiguous breaking ball to breakthrough season in Marlins bullpen

Austin Brice is throwing his breaking ball more than he ever has and it’s paying off for the relief pitcher, who has been one of the most reliable members of the Miami Marlins’ bullpen in 2019. → Read More

Rain spoils Zac Gallen’s third career start and Nationals walk off to beat Marlins

Starting pitcher Zac Gallen only got to pitch two innings because of a rain delay and the Washington Nationals walked off with a double by Trea Turner to beat the Miami Marlins on an unearned run. → Read More

After another player’s death, Don Mattingly can’t help but think of Jose Fernandez

Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Tyler Skaggs’ death Monday was the first by an active player in-season since Jose Fernandez’s in 2016. Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly couldn’t help but think about it. → Read More

‘Slots were being filled fast’: How an aggressive recruiting approach is helping Miami

The Miami Hurricanes are in the midst of a recruiting boon this summer, particularly with out-of-state prospects. Quentin Williams, a defensive end from Mallard Creek in Charlotte, committed as spots filled up. → Read More

Miami stays hot on recruiting trail with commitment from blue-chip Georgia edge rusher

The Miami Hurricanes continued a strong recruiting summer on the first day of July when Romello Height, an outside linebacker from Dublin in Georgia, orally committed to UM after an official visit in June. → Read More

The latest on Sixto Sanchez, Edward Cabrera and other Miami Marlins pitching prospects

The Miami Marlins’ pitching depth is being showcased throughout the organization with starting pitching prospects such as Sixto Sanchez and Edward Cabrera putting together impressive 2019 seasons → Read More

How the NFL Draft — and the NFL in general — helped Miami find its new O-line commit

Chris Washington orally committed to the Miami Hurricanes at Paradise Camp after a brief courtship by the Canes. UM found the Overton tackle when he went on stage at the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville. → Read More

Miami Dolphins announce 2019 training camp schedule. Here’s when you can see them.

The Miami Dolphins announced their 2019 training camp schedule, which includes 10 open practices in Davie, a scrimmage at Hard Rock Stadium and a pair of joint practices with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. → Read More

An eight-batter sequence against Nationals proved why Marlins’ Zac Gallen can be great

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Zac Gallen struck out six of eight batters he faced from the third through sixth innings Wednesday against the Washington Nationals and used all four of his pitches to do it. → Read More

Sandy Alcantara suffers an atypical sixth-inning meltdown as Nationals sweep Marlins

Just like fellow starting pitcher Zac Gallen the day before, Sandy Alcantara melted down in the sixth inning Thursday and the Washington Nationals rallied to beat the Marlins and complete a sweep in Miami. → Read More

Manager Don Mattingly stumps for infielder Miguel Rojas to be Miami Marlins’ All-Star

The rosters for the 2019 MLB All-Star Game will be unveiled Sunday and the Miami Marlins have no obvious choice to be their mandatory representative. Manager Don Mattingly feels Miguel Rojas is deserving. → Read More

The Marlins won’t rule out trading starters. Plus updates on unsigned draft prospects.

The trade deadline is more than a month away, but the Miami Marlins are already evaluating all options, including the possibility of trading some of its starting pitching depth to bolster some weaknesses. → Read More