Baseball Blue Jays: Agreed to terms with P John...

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May 16, 2001

Baseball

Blue Jays: Agreed to terms with P John Ogiltree.

Cubs: Purchased the contract of IF Miguel Cairo from Triple-A Iowa. Placed 3B Bill Mueller on the 15-day DL with a fractured left kneecap.

Mets: Activated OF Darryl Hamilton from the 15-day DL. Optioned C Jason Phillips to Double-A Binghamton.

Pirates: Activated C Keith Osik from the 15-day DL. Assigned IF Warren Morris to Triple-A Nashville.

White Sox: Recalled P Sean Lowe from Triple-A Charlotte.

Basketball

Pistons: Named John Hammond director of player personnel.

College

Capital Athletic Conference: Named St. Mary's OF Dave Chassen to baseball all-conference first team. Named St. Mary's C Jerry Grable, SS Danny Fisher and P Tom Raniszewski to the second team.

Randolph-Macon: A-M Erin Riedy (McDonogh) was named first team All-American for the South Atlantic Regional.

Goucher: Trevor Quinn (Severna Park) committed to men's basketball team.

Towson: Junior CF Gregg Davies has been named as the America East baseball Player of the Week. Davies, who earned the award for the second time this year, batted .522 in six games last week, with two home runs and four doubles while driving in 10 runs.

Washington College: Named Phil Ticknor sports information director; he had been a student assistant in Goucher's SID office.

Football

Bears: Re-signed DE Clyde Simmons to a one-year contract.

49ers: Re-signed S Zack Bronson to a two-year contact. Waived TE Terrance Dupree.

Giants: Re-signed S Omar Stoutmire. Waived S Lyle West and CB Reggie Stephens. Signed DE Adriano Belli, DE Eric Chandler, LB Jody Littleton and DT DaMonte McKenzie.

Packers: Promoted Shaun Herock to assistant director of college scouting and Bruce Warwick to assistant to the GM/director of football administration.

Panthers: Agreed to terms with DT Larry Chester.

Patriots: Released fomer Ravens G Sale Isaia.

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