Baseball Angels: Sent IF Justin Baughman outright to...

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January 11, 2001

Baseball

Angels: Sent IF Justin Baughman outright to Triple-A Salt Lake.

Devil Rays: Agreed to terms with P Jeff Wallace on a minor-league contract.

Diamondbacks: Named Roger Craig special assistant to the manager during spring training.

Expos: Agreed to terms with P Chris Peters on a minor-league contract.

Padres: Named Tom Lawless manager of Double-A Fort Wayne.

Phillies: Agreed to terms with OF Brian L. Hunter on a one-year contract.

Rangers: Agreed to terms with P Chris Haney on a minor-league contract and assigned him to Triple-A Oklahoma.

Basketball

Celtics: Activated F Jerome Moiso from the injured list. Placed G Adrian Griffin on the injured list. Signed G Milt Palacio to a 10-day contract.

College

Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo: Announced the resignation of Jeff Schneider, men's basketball coach. Promoted men's associate head basketball coach Kevin Bromley to men's interim head basketball coach.

San Jose State: Dismissed F Tellys Knight from the men's basketball team.

The Citadel: Named Mark Fleetwood assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach and Danny Lewis offensive backs coach.

Washington: Announced the resignation of Wayne Moses, running backs coach, so he can take a similar position at Southern California.

Football

Chiefs: Signed offensive line coach Mike Solari to a three-year contract.

Falcons: Named Bill Johnson defensive line coach.

Steelers: Named Russ Grimm offensive line coach. Signed WR Demetrius Brown, WR Jason Peace, LB Mike Sands, S Tim Strickland and S Payton Williams and allocated them to NFL Europe.

Hockey

Awards: NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, Detroit Red Wings coach Scotty Bowman and Nashville Predators general manager David Poile are winners of the 2001 Lester Patrick Award for outstanding service to hockey in the United States.

Oilers: Claimed G Dominic Roussel off waivers from Anaheim.

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