BaseballNL: Named Diamondbacks 3B Matt Williams Player of...

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May 05, 1999

Baseball

NL: Named Diamondbacks 3B Matt Williams Player of the Month.

Blue Jays: Placed former Orioles DH Geronimo Berroa (strained posterior lateral capsule of the right knee) on DL, retroactive to May 2. Recalled OF Anthony Sanders from Triple-A Syracuse.

Devil Rays: Recalled P Eddie Gaillard from Triple-A Durham.

Dodgers: Activated P Antonio Osuna from 15-day DL. Optioned P Jeff Kubenka to Triple-A Albuquerque.

Red Sox: Recalled P John Wasdin from Triple-A Pawtucket. Designated P Tim Harikkala for assignment. Sent C Scott Hatteberg on rehabilitation assignment to Pawtucket.

Rockies: Optioned P Jamey Wright to Triple-A Colorado Springs. Recalled OF Edgard Clement from Colorado Springs.

Tigers: Purchased contract of P Nelson Cruz from Triple-A Toledo. Optioned IF Luis Garcia to Toledo.

Basketball

Bucks: Placed G Vinny Del Negro (sprained left ankle) on injured list. Activated C Paul Grant from injured list.

Rockets: Activated F Othella Harrington. Placed F Anthony Miller (strained left knee) on injured list.

Suns: Signed G Randy Livingston for remainder of season. Released G Alvin Sims.

Timberwolves: Placed F Bill Curley (sprained right wrist) on injured list. Waived C Trevor Winter.

New York (WNBA): Signed VP and GM Carol Blazejowski to multi-year contract extension.

College

Atlantic 10: Named Temple's Nicole Ross (Arundel) women's lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year and Temple's Jen Jefferson (Annapolis) Rookie of the Year. Named Virginia Tech's Dawn Will (Dulaney) and Duquesne's Lauren Dutch (Mount Hebron) to all-conference first team.

Northeast Conference: Named UMBC's Debbie Krastel (IND), Julie Dorney (C. Milton Wright), Renee Tirocchi (Catonsville) and Mount St. Mary's Jen Stocker (Mount Hebron) to women's lacrosse all-conference first team.

CAC: Named St. Mary's Gia Trionfo (Loch Raven) women's lacrosse Player of the Year and St. Mary's Kathy Holmes (Bel Air) Rookie of the Year. Named St. Mary's Kelly Fetter (Catonsville), Tara Jensen (Broadneck), Nairem Moran (Meade) and K.C. Ingraham and Salisbury State's Jen Mezzadra (Parkville), Amanda Moculski and Annie Sappington (C. Milton Wright), Jen Ice (Catonsville) and Jackie Bangert (Bel Air) to all-conference first team. Named Goucher's Tim Asher (Archbishop Curley) to men's lacrosse all-league first team and Catholic's Jen Trotta (IND) to softball all-league first team.

Centennial Conference: Named following Western Maryland players all-conference: softball first team, RF Jacie Mathias; softball second team, C Courtney Wunderlich, SS January Scott, 3B Steph Bell, DH Julie Develin; softball honorable mention, 1B Stacy Steward; baseball second team, DH Barrett Gugliotta; baseball honorable mention, 3B Tim Smith, 1B Kacy Jenkins, P Brent Fuchs; men's lacrosse, second team, A Rob Witte, D Gaelen Cross.

Morgan State: Received letters of intent from G-F Crystal Bowen from Lassen College, a junior college in Susanville, Calif., and G Alissa Brown, from Friendly High in Fort Washington.

Western Maryland: Named Natalie Hannibal (Liberty) top female athlete. Amy North (Liberty) most spirited female athlete, Tom Lapato (South Carroll) top senior male athlete.

Cleveland State: Signed men's basketball coach Rollie Massimino to four-year contract.

San Diego: Named Kyle Smith men's associate head basketball coach.

Tulsa: Sophomore men's basketball F Marqus Ledoux transferred from Louisiana State.

Football

Bengals: Re-signed G Ken Blackman to one-year contract.

Hockey

NHL: Fined Flyers chairman Ed Snider $50,000 and coach Roger Neilson $25,000 for criticism of NHL officials and officiating after game Sunday.

Sharks: Assigned D Andy Sutton to AHL Kentucky.

Soccer

Kansas City (MLS): Waived former Spirit F Paul Wright.

Pub Date: 5/05/99

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