Baseball Commissioner's Office: Suspended Indians...


May 30, 2001


Commissioner's Office: Suspended Indians manager Charlie Manuel two games and fined him for excessive arguing May 23.

Angels: Optioned OF Jose Nieves to Triple-A Salt Lake. Activated OF Glenallen Hill.

Brewers: Waived IF Tony Fernandez for purpose of unconditionally releasing him.

Cubs: Placed 1B Hee Seop Choi on 15-day DL with injured left hand.

Diamondbacks: Activated P Armando Reynoso. Sent IF Juan Sosa to Double-A El Paso.

Indians: Recalled P Jake Westbrook from Triple-A Buffalo. Optioned P Roy Smith to Buffalo.

Padres: Designated 2B Adam Riggs for assignment. Purchased contract of IF-OF Cesar Crespo from Triple-A Portland.

Rangers: Released P Jeff Brantley. Claimed P Mike Judd off waivers from Devil Rays. Transferred C Bill Haselman from 15- to 60-day DL.

Rockies: Claimed P Justin Speier off waivers from Mets.

Royals: Recalled P Kris Wilson from Triple-A Omaha. Purchased contract of OF Endy Chavez from Double-A Wichita. Optioned P Brian Meadows to Omaha. Designated C Sal Fasano for assignment.


Collegiate Baseball: Named Towson CF Gregg Davies third-team Louisville Slugger All-American.

Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association: Named Johns Hopkins' Elisabeth Baron, Sharon Betz, Barbara Kiviat and Dawn Waters national scholar-athletes.

Coppin State: Middle-distance runner Nickie Peters was named to Verizon Academic All-District II Spring At-Large first team.

Virginia Commonwealth: Named Jeff Capel III men's assistant basketball coach.


Eagles: Re-signed TE Jeff Thomason to two-year deal. Cut LB Derrick Walker.

Falcons: Signed TE Alge Crumpler, WR Vinny Sutherland and DE Randy Garner.

Packers: Signed free-agent DT Jim Flanigan to one-year contract.

Panthers: Signed LB Cameron Saulsby.


Blues: Exercised option on D Al MacInnis, ninth on club's all-time scoring list.

Capitals: Signed F Roman Tvrdon, sixth choice in 1999 entry draft, to three-year contract.

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