BaseballExpos: Activated P Miguel Batista from 15-day DL...


August 11, 1999


Expos: Activated P Miguel Batista from 15-day DL. Optioned P J. D. Smart to Triple-A Iowa.

Giants: Recalled C Doug Mirabelli from Triple-A Fresno. Optioned IF Edwards Guzman to Fresno.

Orioles: Triple-A Rochester P Pete Hartmann was assigned to Double-A Bowie.

Rangers: Recalled P Ryan Glynn from Triple-A Oklahoma. Optioned P Doug Davis to Oklahoma.

Twins: Activated P Mark Redman from 15-day DL; optioned him to Triple-A Salt Lake.


Clippers: Renounced rights to free-agent C Stojko Vrankovic.

SuperSonics: Signed free-agent F Ruben Patterson, who had been on Lakers.


Houston: Declared senior basketball C William Stringfellow academically ineligible.

Texas: G Vohn Hunter will transfer from men's basketball team.


Bengals: Waived WR Greg Ainsworth.

Broncos: Waived DE Herb Coleman.

Chargers: Placed G Ben Bordlon and DE Israel Ifeanyichukwu on reserve-injured list.

Chiefs: Claimed LB Tim Terry a day after he was waived by Bengals.

Falcons: Signed CB Rod Smith and WR J. T. Thomas. Waived QB Sherdrick Bonner and WR Eric Harris.

Jets: Acquired TE John Burke from Chargers for 2001 conditional pick.

Packers: Waived OT Jamie Wilson.

Saints: Signed FS Willie Clay. Claimed G Scott Shaw off waivers from Bengals.


Canadiens: Agreed to two-year contract with unrestricted free-agent D Barry Richter, who had been with Islanders. Agreed to two-year contract with G Frederic Chabot. Agreed to one-year contracts with RW Dainius Zubrus, D Scott Lachance and D Craig Rivet.

Mighty Ducks: Signed restricted free-agent D Jason Marshall to two-year contract.

Oilers: Assistant coach Ted Green will return for 1999-2000 season.

Penguins: Re-signed restricted free-agent RW Alexei Kovalev and C Robert Lang.

Predators: Signed G Corey Hirsch and F Steve Washburn.

Red Wings: Signed associate coaches Dave Lewis and Barry Smith to two-year contracts.

Senators: Re-signed restricted free-agent D Janne Laukkanen for one year.

Thrashers: Atlanta expansion franchise named Peter Mahovlich professional scout.

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