Baseball Angels: Signed P Mike Fyhrie, P Elvin Nina, P...


March 01, 2001


Angels: Signed P Mike Fyhrie, P Elvin Nina, P Ben Weber and OF Nathan Hayes.

Brewers: Agreed to one-year contract with P Valerio De Los Santos.

Tigers: Agreed to terms with P Adam Bernero, P Dave Borkowski, P Seth Greisinger, P Shane Heams, P Kris Keller, P ShaneLoux, P Mike Maroth, P Matt Miller, P Adam Pettyjohn, P Luis Pineda, P Matt Perisho, C Brandon Inge, IF Jermaine Clark, IF Jose Macias, IF Pedro Santana, OF Andres Torres, OF Chris Wakeland and OF Billy McMillon.


Bulls: Activated G A. J. Guyton from injured list. Placed G Khalid El-Amin on injured list with left knee tendinitis.

Rockets: Placed F Matt Bullard on injured list with stress fracture in back. Signed G Sean Colson to 10-day contract.

Warriors: Activated C Erick Dampier, who missed 38 games with left knee injury. Placed F Chris Mullin on injured list with strained lower back. Waived F Ruben Garces.


Big East: Announced that football-only member Temple will be asked to leave conference because it has not fulfilled membership criteria.

St. John's: Dismissed sophomore Angela Stith from women's basketball team for violating rules.


Buccaneers: Signed LB Jamie Duncan, RB Rabih Abdullah, DT James Cannida, CB Brian Kelley, and C-G Todd Washington to one-year contracts.

Chargers: Signed QB Dave Dickenson, CFL's Most Outstanding Player, to two-year contract. Released former Ravens CB DeRon Jenkins, CB Darryll Lewis, RB Robert Chancey and RB Kevin Gogan.

Dolphins: Released S Greg Jeffries.

Eagles: Tendered offers to K David Akers, S Jason Bostic, OL Hank Fraley, OLRyan Schau, LB Ike Reese, LB Jeremiah Trotter and DL Brandon Whiting.

Giants: Named Eric Studesville running backs coach. Signed P Rodney Williams.

Panthers: Released G James Dexter.

Seahawks: Offered contracts to TE Itula Mili, long snapper Jean-Phillipe Darche, TE Rufus French and special teams player Maurice Kelly.


Blackhawks: Reacquired G Steve Passmore from Kings for eighth-round pick in 2001 entry draft.


Fire (MLS): M Mike Sorber retired.

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