Baseball Cubs: Activated P Tom Gordon. Optioned P...

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May 02, 2001

Baseball

Cubs: Activated P Tom Gordon. Optioned P Courtney Duncan to Triple-A Iowa.

Marlins: Transferred IF Pablo Ozuna to 60-day DL with torn cartilage in left wrist.

Mets: Placed P Rick White on 15-day DL with strained right rotator cuff. Recalled P Jerrod Riggan from Triple-A Norfolk.

Padres: Activated OF Mark Kotsay.

Reds: Recalled OF Brady Clark from Triple-A Louisville. Sent P Keith Glauber outright to Louisville.

Rockies: Placed 3B Jeff Cirillo on 15-day DL with spasms in left rib cage. Purchased contract of IF-OF Brooks Kieschnick from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Designated P Joe Davenport for assignment.

Royals: Recalled P Chad Durbin from Triple-A Omaha. Optioned P Kris Wilson to Omaha.

White Sox: Placed P Jim Parque on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 28, with inflammation of left shoulder. Recalled P Jon Garland from Triple-A Charlotte.

Basketball

NBA: Fined Bucks F Tim Thomas $5,000 for making obscene gesture toward fans Saturday.

Warriors: Named Robert Rowell chief operating officer.

USA Basketball: Named Jim Boeheim coach and Ernie Kent and Phil Martelli assistant coaches of U.S. team at World Championship for Young Men.

College

Brigham Young: Sophomore basketball G Ricky Bower is transferring from Wisconsin.

New York University: Received commitment from Dulaney senior basketball player Nathan Hopkins.

Football

Bengals: Agreed to one-year deal with restricted free-agent LB Adrian Ross.

Broncos: Signed two free agents: QB Steve Stenstrom and LB Antonio London.

Dolphins: Signed former Ravens LB Tyrus McCloud, who had been with Redskins.

Falcons: Signed RB Travis Jervey, who had been with 49ers, and RB Rodney Thomas, who had been with Titans.

Panthers: Waived DE Rasheed Simmons.

Rams: Re-signed QB Paul Justin. Signed free-agent DL Tyoka Jackson, who had been with Buccaneers.

Vikings: Signed TE John Davis.

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