Baseball Astros: Removed IF Charlie Hayes from...

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May 08, 2001

Baseball

Astros: Removed IF Charlie Hayes from restricted list. Optioned IF Keith Ginter to Triple-A New Orleans.

Blue Jays: Sent IF Homer Bush to Single-A Dunedin for rehabilitation.

Cardinals: Activated P Jason Christiansen. Sent P Jason Karnuth to Triple-A Memphis.

Marlins: Activated P A. J. Burnett. Sent P Joe Strong to Triple-A Calgary.

Rangers: Activated P Tim Crabtree. Optioned P R. A. Dickey to Triple-A Oklahoma. Placed P Darren Oliver on 15-day DL. Recalled P Aaron Myette from Oklahoma.

Basketball

NBA: Fined Raptors C Keon Clark $7,500 for throwing ice at spectators during game Sunday.

Bulls: Traded 2001 second-round draft pick to Bucks to complete 1999 trade that sent Andrew Lang to Chicago.

Lynx (WNBA): Released G Tombi Bell and F Angie Potthoff.

Miracle (WNBA): Announced that G Adrienne Johnson, runner-up as league's Most Improved Player last season, is out for 2001 season with torn Achilles' tendon in right leg.

Rockers (WNBA): Waived F Bonnie Dove, C Rhonda Smith and G Kim Williams.

College

Kansas State: Named Tim Weiser athletic director.

St. Bonaventure: Cardinal Gibbons SS Craig King signed letter of intent to play baseball.

Villanova: Pikesville A Cory Williams signed letter of intent to play lacrosse.

Football

Bengals: Waived CB Sirr Parker.

Falcons: Signed TE Jevaris Johnson.

Packers: Named Pat Ruel assistant offensive line coach and Stan Drayton quality control assistant for special teams and offense.

Patriots: Waived LB John Eskridge.

Steelers: Re-signed WR Will Blackwell.

Olympics

U.S. Anti-Doping Agency: Sanctioned Hazel Clark after she tested positive for pseudoephedrine at Pontiac Grand Prix USA Indoor Track & Field Championships on March 3 in Atlanta. She was given public warning and stripped of second-place finish in 800-meter race.

Tennis

Sanex WTA Tour: CEO Bart McGuire resigned, effective at end of year.

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