Baseball Devil Rays: Named former Orioles pitching...


January 05, 2001


Devil Rays: Named former Orioles pitching coach Dick Bosman pitching coach for short-season Single-A Hudson Valley.

Phillies: Agreed to terms with IF Domingo Cedeno and C Chris Turner on minor-league contracts.

Red Sox: Agreed to minor-league contract with free-agent P Brian Williams with invitation to spring training.


NBA: Announced that Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been fined $250,000 for outbursts and actions concerning game officials Wednesday night.

Heat: Activated G Anthony Carter from injured list. Placed F Don MacLean on injured list.


Clemson: Announced that CB Alex Ardley has been dismissed from football team for violation of team rules.

Missouri: Announced that men's basketball C Pat Schumacher has transferred to Kentucky Wesleyan.

Nebraska: Announced that C Dominic Raiola will enter NFL draft.

North Carolina State: Announced that WR Koren Robinson will forgo his final two years of college eligibility and enter NFL draft.

Ohio State: Announced that DT Ryan Pickett will enter NFL draft.

Tennessee: Fired TE coach Mark Bradley.

UCLA: Agreed on contract extension with athletic director Peter T. Dalis.

Wake Forest: Named Troy Calhoun offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Keith Henry outside linebackers coach, Dean Hood defensive coordinator and secondary coach, Ray McCartney recruiting coordinator and defensive line coach, Billy Mitchell assistant head coach, Jeff Mullen tight ends coach and Kevin Sherman receivers coach.


Jaguars: Signed TE Damon Jones, FB Kevin Clemons, WR Mike Horacek, DB Evan Hlavacek, DB Craig Miller and FS James Watkins.

Packers: Signed WR Kenny Coutain, S Warner Herndon and G Ed Kehl.

Rams: Hired Bill Kollar as defensive line coach.


Blue Jackets: Assigned D Radim Bicanek to AHL Syracuse.

Kings: Activated RW Ziggy Palffy off injured list. Assigned D Rich Brennan to AHL Lowell.

Lightning: Traded C Steve Martins to Islanders for conditional choice in 2001 NHL entry draft. Recalled RW Nils Ekman from IHL Detroit.

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