• Miami Marlins' Christian Yelich, right, watches after grounding into a fielder's choice as J.T. Realmuto scores during the first inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in Miami against the Arizona Diamondbacks. At left is Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Welington Castillo. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

    Suzuki’s pinch-hit helps Marlins beat Arizona 7-4

    MIAMI (AP) — The Marlins’ new fog machine made it tough to see from one side of the clubhouse to the other, and they also cranked up strobe lights and dance music after Tuesday’s victory, hoping to establish a celebratory ritual in Miami.

  • Miami Marlins starting pitcher Tom Koehler throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Sunday, May 1, 2016, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

    Marlins remain worried about Zika risk in Puerto Rico

    MIAMI (AP) — There’s a very good chance the Miami Marlins’ two-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates in Puerto Rico will not be held there because of concerns about the Zika virus, a person familiar with the situation said Tuesday.

  • Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry drives to the hoop during the first half of Game 7 of round one NBA playoff basketball action against the Indiana Pacers in Toronto on Sunday, May 1, 2016. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)

    No time to revel in Game 7 wins for Raptors and Heat

    MIAMI (AP) — The exhilaration of winning Game 7s was short-lived for Toronto and Miami.

  • Carnival's Adonia cruise ship arrives from Miami in Havana, Cuba, Monday, May 2, 2016. The Adonia's arrival is the first step toward a future in which thousands of ships a year could cross the Florida Straits, long closed to most U.S.-Cuba traffic due to tensions that once brought the world to the brink of nuclear war. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

    First US cruise in decades set to arrive in Havana

    HAVANA (AP) — Greeted with rum drinks and salsa dancers, the first passengers to cruise from the U.S. to Cuba in nearly 40 years streamed Monday into a crowd cheering the rebirth of commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a half-century of Cold War hostility.

  • Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade (3) gives a high-five to Luol Deng after Game 6 of an NBA basketball playoffs first-round series against the Charlotte Hornets in Charlotte, N.C., Friday, April 29, 2016. The Heat won 97-90. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

    Heat off to the second round, and Deng a big reason why

    MIAMI (AP) — Luol Deng’s role with the Miami Heat changed out of necessity in February, when the team lost Chris Bosh for the second consecutive season to a blood clot at the All-Star break.

  • People take photos as Adonia leaves port in Miami, Sunday, May 1, 2016, en route to Cuba. After a half-century of waiting, passengers finally set sail on Sunday from Miami on an historic cruise to Cuba. Carnival's Cuba cruises, operating under its Fathom band, will visit the ports of Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. (Patrick Farrell/The Miami Herald via AP)  MAGS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

    After a half-century wait, US cruise leaves Miami for Cuba

    MIAMI (AP) — Passengers set sail Sunday from Miami on an historic cruise to Cuba, the first in decades to depart from a U.S. port for the communist island nation.

  • Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade, right, hugs Charlotte Hornets guard Courtney Lee, left, at the end of Game 7 of a first-round NBA basketball playoff series, Sunday, May 1, 2016, in Miami. The Heat won 106-73. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

    Heat roll past Hornets in Game 7, 106-73

    MIAMI (AP) — Dwyane Wade took a moment before tipoff Sunday to reflect on all that his Miami Heat endured this season.

  • Miami Dolphins general manager Chris Grier, left, head coach Adam Gase, center, and Mike Tannenbaum, executive vice president of football operations, right, talk about the Dolphins' top draft pick Laremy Tunsil at a news conference, Friday, April 29, 2016 in Davie, Fla. Tunsil was selected 13th overall in the NFL draft Thursday night. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

    Dolphins hope to add difference-maker on final day of draft

    DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says his latest shake-up of the organization paid off in the draft, including unanimity about the risky decision to take Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil.

  • Baltimore Ravens first round draft pick Ronnie Stanley, center, holds up his jersey with head coach John Harbaugh, left, and general manager Ozzie Newsome, before a news conference Friday, April 29, 2016, in Owings Mills, Md. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)

    Ravens take LB Correa in 2nd round after making 2 trades

    OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens addressed their deficient pass rush and garnered a couple extra picks during a busy night at the NFL draft.

  • Miami Dolphins top draft pick Laremy Tunsil, center, smiles during a news conference Friday, April 29, 2016, in Davie, Fla. Tunsil was selected 13th overall in the NFL draft Thursday night. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

    Tunsil a no-show at Dolphins’ introductory news conference

    DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Laremy Tunsil kept repeating the same answer to questions about his freefall in the NFL draft, the social media hacking that cost him millions and the investigation he stirred at Ole Miss.