Baseball Athletics: Activated P Jim Mecir from 15-day...

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September 06, 2001

Baseball

Athletics: Activated P Jim Mecir from 15-day DL.

Cubs: Activated P Felix Heredia from 15-day DL.

Indianapolis Indians (Triple-A): Announced manager Wendell Kim will not return as manager next season and has been offered another position in Brewers organization.

Basketball

SuperSonics: Signed C Predrag Drobnjak and C Jerome James.

CBA: Approved a franchise for Yakima, Wash., for the 2002-2003 season.

College

Kent State: Suspended senior F-C Mike Perry from men's basketball team for failure to meet academic eligibility.

Minnesota: Signed women's athletic director Chris Voelz and men's athletic director Tom Moe to one-year contracts.

New York U.: Promoted women's basketball coach and assistant athletic director Janice Quinn to associate director.

Tennessee: Announced basketball G Courtney Young has withdrawn from school for personal reasons.

Football

Bengals: Waived WR Damon Griffin.

Bills: Signed CB Tim Carter to practice squad.

Browns: Reached injury settlement with LB Anthony Harris.

Buccaneers: Signed OL Eric Thomas to practice squad.

Cardinals: Released WR Bobby Newcombe and OT Noberto Davidds-Garrido.

49ers: Signed QB Kevin Daft and DE Bobby Setzer. Signed S Al Blades, OL Brad Williams and CB Jimmy Williams to practice squad.

Giants: Claimed K Owen Pochman off waivers from Patriots. Waived WR Taman Bryant.

49ers: Signed QB Kevin Daft and DE Bobby Setzer. Signed S Al Blades, OL Brad Williams and CB Jimmy Williams to practice squad.

Steelers: Reached injury settlement with DE Chris Sullivan.

Redskins: Signed CB Central McClellion to practice squad.

Hockey

Blackhawks: Signed D Vladimir Chebaturkin and Kent Huskins.

Predators: Announced working agreement with ECHL Cincinnati.

Red Wings: Named Bob McCammon scout.

Sharks: Re-signed C Andy Lundbohm, C Mark Smith, C Ryan Kraft, G Miikka Kiprusoff. Signed RW Mike Craig.

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