Baseball Astros: Placed P Billy Wagner on 15-day DL...

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June 22, 2000

Baseball

Astros: Placed P Billy Wagner on 15-day DL, retroactive to Sunday, with partial tear of flexor tendon in left elbow. Called up P Jose Cabrera from Triple-A New Orleans.

Athletics: Gave assistant GM Paul DePodesta three-year contract extension through 2003.

Cardinals: Placed 2B Fernando Vina on 15-day DL, retroactive to Saturday, with strained right hamstring. Activated P Mike James.

Marlins: Signed P Denny Bautista.

Rangers: Placed P Darren Oliver on 15-day DL with weakness in left shoulder.

Red Sox: Assigned IF Andy Sheets outright to Triple-A Pawtucket.

Royals: Recalled OF Mark Quinn from Triple-A Omaha. Sent IF Ray Holbert outright to Omaha.

Basketball

SuperSonics: G Emmanuel Davis exercised option to stay with for second year of two-year contract.

Miami (WNBA): Activated C-F Sharon Manning. Placed G Umeki Webb on injured list with foot injury.

College

Appalachian State: Promoted men's associate head basketball coach Houston Fancher to men's basketball coach.

Long Island U.: Named Tony Bozzella women's basketball coach.

Notre Dame: Announced G Mike Monserez has left basketball team and will transfer.

Western Kentucky: Announced it will join Gateway Football Conference beginning in 2001.

Football

Bengals: Waived QB Eric Kresser.

Bills: Signed RB Sammy Morris, fifth-round draft choice.

Cardinals: Signed LB Raynoch Thompson, 41st pick in draft, to four-year contract.

Chargers: Signed LB Shannon Taylor, sixth-round draft pick from Virginia, to two-year contract.

Dolphins: Signed Pro Bowl CB Sam Madison to seven-year contract extension through 2007. Signed free-agent OT Keno Hills to one-year contract.

Packers: Signed T Mark Tauscher and WR Charles Lee, seventh-round pick, to multi-year contract. Claimed CB Evan Howell off waivers from Patriots.

Saints: Signed FB Kevin Houser to three-year contract.

Hockey

Oilers: Named Scott Howson assistant GM.

Penguins: Named Joe Mullen assistant coach. Retained Rick Kehoe as assistant.

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